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 Exciting Announcement!

We are thrilled to announce that we have entered into an agreement with  the non-profit Love Has a Home, Inc. to purchase Sticks and Stones Farm! For several years they have kept our legacy going with events and programs aligned with nature connection, peace and compassion for all. LHAH is committed to preserving this beautiful space and keeping it open to the public as it always has been. Please click the button below to learn more about their vision and mission and to help them preserve the land and continue our legacy long into the future!

Our Cabins Open on May 26th!

Give yourself the gift of a relaxing weekend immersed in nature! We have six charming cabins to choose from. Click the link below to explore them all! Bookings are through Airbnb with links to each listing. We hope to see you soon! 

Watch our giving tuesday promotional video below

Sticks and Stones Farm is a 60-acre natural space featuring its landmark Stone Barn, an organic community giving garden and unique homegrown cabins. It's currently managed by the non-profit Love Has a Home and also serves as the home for Two Coyotes Wilderness School and Real Food Share. The farm lovingly opens its doors to the Newtown community, Fairfield County, and beyond. 


We have beautiful hiking trails open to the public year round. We ask that all visitors sign our liability form at the Stone Barn and leave a donation for trail maintenance. All dogs must remain on a leash. 

We pride ourselves on being a unique and grassroots community space  available  to anyone interested in enriching their minds, bodies, and spirit.   


Please come for a visit soon!


Photography courtesy of Cassie Amendola


A special thank you to Brian Trudeau for filming and sharing this with us.


The Stone Barn is the foundation of the property. 

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