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Thanksgiving Pies available to order below!

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the farm

We are a small, queer owned & operated family farm growing a diversified veggie and berry crop with organic practices on a half acre in the floodplain of Bartlett, NH (Wabanaki & Abenaki Territory). The farm in our current location was established in 2019, however we have been growing in the Mount Washington Valley since 2010. We have also gained growing experience through work WWOOFing both in New England and internationally.

Our current crop rotation includes: beets, carrots, kale, swiss chard, parsley, cilantro, cabbage, lettuce, bok choy, peas, beans, tomatoes, summer squash, zucchini, cucumbers, basil, raspberries, blackberries, flowers and more! We also sell baked goods and other prepared foods made with products from the farm such as: berry and apple pies, apple cake, pumpkin chocolate chip muffins, zucchini bread, granola & veggie burgers.

Visit our farmstand at the farm to purchase fresh veggies and other goodies. Open from 9 am - dusk on Thursdays through Sundays June through September and weekends through Indigenous Peoples' Day in October.

ordering info


We are currently accepting online orders for Thanksgiving Pies!

Sign up for our email list to receive up-to-date information on online ordering, weekly drop-offs, and the latest harvests filling our farmstand.

If you are interested in a custom order, please send us an email below.


During the winter months we take on several small timberframing projects each year. All frames are cut by hand and utilize traditional joinery. Past projects have included entryways for homes and commercial spaces, covered porches, interior timberframe elements, and large sign structures. All projects are custom designed. Please email for more information.

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our family

We are two mamas, two kiddos, one pup, one cat, a slew of lady chickens, and the occasional turkey.

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As a white owned farm profiting off of food grown on stolen land and 400 years of systemic oppression toward BIPOC, we are committed to paying reparations both to the Abenaki and Wabanaki people as well as to BIPOC owned farms. To learn more about this mission, or to learn how to pay reparations of your own, please contact us or check out this awesome map put together by the folx at Soulfire Farm.