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Celebrating 50 Years of Earth Day!

Did you know that April 22nd marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day?  As we adapt to the restrictions of social distancing, one thing we can celebrate is our shrinking carbon footprint. During this newfound journey, we are here to serve our clients today and tomorrow building energy-efficient homes designed to soak in natural light and ventilation. Modular construction maximizes the use of building materials and utilizes waste to energy practices which means far less waste in landfills.  A tighter building envelope combined with the insulation package we include in each home means greater energy efficiency and savings for the homeowner. Our homes are better for the families living in them and for our environment. What are some easy ways to reduce that carbon footprint even more?  Continue to reduce and consolidate trips to the store. Pick up needed items for neighbors and alternate trips to the store with friends. Wash and carry your own reusable shopping bags a

Buy Local This Thanksgiving - Here Are Some Local Turkey Farms Here In Connecticut


 Follow this link for a great roast turkey recipe


Another Awesome Turkey Recipe

There are many local Artisans In Connecticut making all types of lovely food For the Thanksgiving Season.

Go To Here For Local Farm Made Pies


Local Cider Mill

What are the Benefits of "Free-Range"

With increased consumer concern regarding the health qualities of food, environmental protection and the humane treatment of animals, the demand for natural or organic poultry products has understandably grown in recent years.

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), “Natural” is defined to be “a product containing no artificial ingredient or added color and is only minimally processed … in a manner that does not fundamentally alter the product.”  While many labels in the grocery store may use the terms “natural,” “all-natural,” and “free range” when it comes to poultry and eggs, these words may be interpreted differently by different producers.

For instance, to use the term “free-range,” the USDA states that, “Producers must demonstrate … that the poultry has been allowed access to the outside.”  In a 2011 food advice column written for, Francis Lam, Features Editor for Gilt Taste, writes, “The definition of ‘outside,’ though, is shaky; does that mean there’s a window chickens could theoretically squeeze through? Do the birds actually go through it? And outside could be a gorgeous rolling hill or it could be … a parking lot. Some producers include a fenced-in section of open concrete in their grow-out houses, with enough room for maybe 5 percent of the thousands of chickens in that house, and this may technically satisfy the term.”

“Pastured” chicken is probably what most people who see the term “free range” think they are getting.  Chickens who are allowed in a pastured area forage on grass, seeds, worms and other insects.  The birds may be kept in a coop at night and they might also be fed grain, but the fact that they also forage outdoors for food results in richer flavored eggs and meats, higher nutrition, and provides a more humane life for the birds.

Follow this Link To Find Free Range Turkey Still Available In Connecticut


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East Lyme, CT 06333
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