New Pond Farm is a non-profit environmental education center with an exceptional farm component that has been designated as one of the State’s Dairy Farms of Distinction. We are located in West Redding, Ct on 102-acres with rolling pastures, woodlands, and wetlands. The organization’s mission is On every acre, in all we do, we plant seeds for a lifetime of active engagement with the natural world. Our five primary areas of programming are environmental studies; farming and gardening (includes beekeeping); Native American lifeways; astronomy; and the arts (including Shakespeare programs, biannual art shows, and music).
We are a vibrant, fiscally sound organization. We pride ourselves in being small and personal, sharing unique and excellent programming with our 12,000 annual students and visitors. We are a membership organization with 800 member families.
There is always plenty of work to do at New Pond Farm and we are grateful for the wonderful volunteers who help us in so many ways.
Some of the many choices include:
- Invasive Species Removal
- Trail clearing and marking
- Help with the Pancake Breakfast (March 2, 2019)
- Help with the Easter Egg Hunt (April 2019, exact date is still TBD)
- Help with the Redding Road Race: A Run For the Cows (May 5, 2019)
- Help with the Harvest Dinner (September 7, 2019)
- Help with the Harvest Festival (October 19, 2019)
If you are interested in volunteering or have any questions,
please email Ann Taylor or call the farm at (203) 938-2117.
Internships for 2019 are still available!
We are looking for High School students interested in working 20-25 hours a week starting in May. For more details, please contact Ann Taylor, Executive Director email@example.com