Winter At Pondering Creations Farm

Winter is the Season we tend to focus on the Homestead and the Farmhouse on our farm. We reorganize, repair abandoned systems, literally fix the house, and focus on the individuals that work, live and play here. There is healing and quiet, reinvigoration, and time for the simple things. Normally lots of ice fishing and tons and tons of cooking.

This is why we enjoy cooking in winter.
Hot Mama Aga

This season we are sharing our Homesteading Adventures with everyone through our Daily Farm Vlog Series on TikTok & YouTube. Watch Our Daily Vlog Playlist! Lots of Homemade Cooking Inspiration, New Animals, and Pantry Chats. Coming Soon are our Garden Renovations and Daily Life at Our Aquatic Plant & Fish Farm.

Honeybee on the Witch Hazel by our Koi Pond

The seasons are unpredictable this year which means Kevin is back to working on stonewalls and doing minor pond repairs around the state. The early season warmth has his phone ringing & schedule booking quickly this season. I’m always anxiously awaiting his construction season to see what masterpieces he creates this year.

The farm will be reopening weekends in May with a few pop-ups in April.

We hope to accomplish a few improvements at Pondering Creations Farm & Giftshop to make your visit relaxing. We expanded our aquatic plant growing area and hope to find the time to add a bog to our pond. The parking area has doubled since last season and there will be big changes in our product line in our nature inspired giftshop.

We will not be exhibiting at the Ct Flower & Garden Show this season. We will be at the farm tending to our new lambs and back to work for as long as this mild weather allows.

New Lambs Arriving Weekly 🐑

Please be sure to support your local businesses and farmers this season & every season!

If you are local to CT and create nature inspired art or products please email with pictures to learn about our consignment options.

Plan a visit to our Aquatic Plant & Fish Farm and Giftshop this year! May – December

Considering an event At Pondering Creations Farm? Inquire now to save the date! Email subject event.

Winter…the season of rest for a farmer in New England…. Do farmers ever rest?

We would love to hear from you!