Department of Agriculture

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Where to find CT Grown Products
   
 
 

Latest News
9/1/2015
WOODSTOCK DAIRY, PLAINFIELD FRUIT FARM LATEST TO BE PROTECTED UNDER STATE FARMLAND PRESERVATION PROGRAM
  An award-winning dairy farm in Woodstock and a Plainfield fruit and vegetable farm will forever remain available for agricultural use after becoming the latest to enter the state’s Farmland Preservation Program.

8/6/2015
GOV. MALLOY ENCOURAGES CONSUMERS TO SUPPORT CONNECTICUT GROWN PRODUCTS
   (HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy on today visited the North End Farmers’ Market in Hartford, where he held an event to promote Connecticut Grown products and encouraged residents to purchase locally-grown, healthy food at their neighborhood farmers’ markets.

8/4/2015
POTENTIAL BUYERS, ADOPTERS OF IMPORTED ANIMALS ADVISED TO BEWARE OF UNLICENSED TRANSPORTERS, UNHEALTHY PETS
  The Department of Agriculture is advising residents to be aware of illegal dog and cat sales by out-of-state organizations that often portray themselves as animal-rescue organizations and are not licensed to do business in Connecticut.

7/24/2015
CHANGES IN CONNECTICUT GROWN LAW TIGHTEN INTEGRITY, SCRUTINY OF PROGRAM
  The Department of Agriculture is advising farmers, food producers and consumers of recent changes in state law that refine use of the Connecticut Grown brand and logo at farmers’ markets.