Shundahai Farm
Where You'll Find Us
Farm Stand
  • Shundahai Farm
    253 Maple Road
    Storrs Mansfield, CT (map)
    (860) 429-0695

    From November to May, we sell at the farm. Most items are pre-order, call or email and we will let you know when and what is available.
Community Supported Agriculture
  • Summer, Fall pickup:
    253 Maple Road
    Storrs Mansfield, CT 06268
    Call: (860) 429-0695
    E-mail: mail@shundahaifarm.com
    CSA Manager(s): Ed Wazer and Raluca Mocanu
    Please see our website (www.shundahaifarm.com) for details.

Shundahai Farm in Storrs Mansfield, CT


Founded in 2009, Shundahai Farm is a 5 acre farm run by Ed Wazer and Raluca Mocanu.
253 Maple Road
Storrs Mansfield, CT

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0 miles from Storrs Mansfield, CT 06268
(860) 429-0695

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A little about Shundahai Farm
Greetings from Raluca and Ed at Shundahai Farm!

We are a small family farm of 5 acres established in 2009. We picked our name, Shundahai, from the Western Shoshone tribe, because we felt drawn to its meaning: “Peace and Harmony with all Creation.” It captures the spirit in which we try to farm and live. Thus, we do not use herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, artificial fertilizers, or any other synthetic chemicals to grow our food. Instead, we try to work with Nature, adopting gentle, sustainable practices that promote the health of the soil, plants, and all of us.

To affirm our beliefs, we have taken the Connecticut NOFA (Northeast Organic Farmers Association) Pledge, which clearly articulates our principles. You can read the pledge at our farm stand, or at the CT NOFA website.

This season, we plan to grow more than 45 different vegetable crops, plus a small selection of flowers.

Fruit

Vegetables

Herbs

Dairy + Eggs

Bold foods are in season now according to our Harvest Calendar. Call to find out exact availability. Every farm and every season are unique. Most farms are also residences. Unless Farmstand or Pick Your Own hours are noted, please be respectful and call ahead before going to the farm.

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