A Historic Landmark Preserved
At 328 Flax Hill Road lies one of Norwalk’s significant agricultural landmarks. The newly completed renovations at the actual homestead at Fodor Farm are simply spectacular. The attention to detail is second to none while maintaining the integrity of the original look and feel of the house. The restoration truly does this city landmark proud! The house is surrounded by all-organic community gardens. Dating back to 1809 the Fodor homestead actually has ties to another famous Norwalk name - Lockwood. Stop by and visit this slice of local history.
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What's cooking at the Fodor Farm Barn?
This space is perfect for a wine and/or food tasting event. The old-style architecture, with a beautiful chef's kitchen, is hard to beat!
The Fodor Barn Kitchen is ready and waiting to host your next foodie event.
This is a great demonstration space with twin cook-tops, sinks, and refrigeration. Granite countertops and a rustic post and beam construction set a comfortable yet contemporary tone.
DEADLINE FOR GARDEN RENEWAL 2021 IS CLOSED!
Sustainable gardens and a learning environment
With sustainable gardening setting the environmental stage at Fodor Farm, the new facilities now provide a home for the demonstration and hosting of events to promote healthy eating. If you wander the grounds you’ll find 300 working plots/gardens that can be rented for the season, an orchard, beehives, greenhouses, tool sheds, and a tree farm. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any plot or greenhouse seasonal rental information.