Posts Tagged With: Northwood Farmers Market

CSA Sign up Deadline Extended

Want to sign up for a 15 week summer CSA?  We have extended our sign up deadline.

Deposits are now due APRIL 26, 2013

Watering Taro

This summer we will be vending at the Northwood (Thursday) and Laconia (Saturday) Farmers Markets.  CSA pick ups will be in those areas as well as at the farm.

Feel like you want a CSA but unsure if you can make it to either of our markets?  We want everyone to have access to our delicious produce.  So, if you can get 10 people to sign up for CSA shares (whole or half) in your immediate area, we will make a delivery to your area.  If this is something you are interested in please notify us so we can plan accordingly.

Sign Up Here–>CSA member agreement

More Info–>CSA flier april 26 deadline

We look forward to growing with you!

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Savor the Bountiful Summer Harvest!

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Fall is fast approaching.  Summer veggies will soon be gone!  Fill your freezers and canning jars while you can.  

We are now selling at the corner Upper city Rd.  and Rt. 28 outside of Heath’s Flower Shop in Pittsfield and the Northwood Farmers Markets every Thursday from 3-6:30.

Enjoy a bite at of fresh prepared Organic Sanborn Mills produce at Spoon Revolution Vegan Bistro on North Main Street in Concord.

Look for our produce at Dani’s Market in Pittsfield and at the Epsom Traffic Circle Farm Stand (Hague Berry Farm)

Think that we should be selling our produce in another location? Please feel free to suggest buying our local organic produce to a local store or restaurant and/or email us with your comments at  We are always interested in keeping an open dialogue with our customers to meet your wants and needs.

If you would like a personalized order of produce, give us a call 435-6004 and we will be happy to pick it fresh for you out of the field.

We are now harvesting and selling:

Tomatoes: a variety of larger heirlooms, large cherries, sungold cherries, and pear tomatoes.

Early Copenhagen Cabbage

Green beans


Taro Leaves


Sugar snap peas





New Zealand Spinach

Bell Peppers

Kale and Rainbow Chard

Nasturtium leaves and flowers: red, yellow, and orange

Herbs: thyme, oregano, parsley, basil, tulsi (also known as sacred basil which is medicinal)

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