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Hidden Acres Farm, Newton NH
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The curve of the road brings you around and to the farm. There the tractors seem artfully situated near the driveway, the light shines through the barn door, the wrap-around porch greets you, and it all says “Welcome to Hidden Acres Farm.” The house, barn, and outer buildings retain the charm of a long-ago era. If the walls could talk, there would be many tales (and tails) of daily life on the farm.

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Apple Hill Farm, Concord, NH Apple Hill Farm, Concord, NH

Over 25 years ago Diane and Chuck Souther started Apple Hill Farm from unproductive open space within sight of the state capitol in Concord, New Hampshire. Today they have a substantial planting of 45 different varieties of apples planted on the hillside overlooking their farmstand, berry patch, and cropland. Twenty different flavors of peaches and a small number of plum trees fill out their orchards

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McClary Hill Farm, Epsom, NH McClary Hill Farm, Epsom, NH

McClary Hill Farm, Epsom, NH
Early American history and modern times merge at McClary Hill Farm in Epsom.  Dave Stewart’s 18th-century farmhouse sits on a hill named for the first Scots-Irish family to settle in the …

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Evandale Farm, Pittsfield, NH Evandale Farm, Pittsfield, NH

Evandale Farm’s Ray Conner and Peter Dow are part of the growing small-scale, regenerative farming movement in New Hampshire and New England; part of a growing sect of first generation farmers who are rediscovering the challenges and rewards of running a small farm and business.

While Ray focuses on the production of organically-raised meats and produce, Pete is focused on generating on-farm energy in order to create closed-loop systems on their farm.

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Someday Farm, Canterbury, NH Someday Farm, Canterbury, NH

The farm was in shambles but its bones were strong; the site sang to Dean and Barbie Tilton and, adding to the allure, it was in Barbie’s hometown of Canterbury, New Hampshire. So in 1993, they embarked on the long journey of lovingly restoring and rebuilding a derelict small farm and to own something they had always wanted. The “somedays” began flooding their discussions. Someday they would have a new foundation; someday they would have a new kitchen; someday they might even have a new barn.

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Vegetable Ranch, Warner, NH Vegetable Ranch, Warner, NH

On a sparkling fall day on the property of the prestigious and affluent St. Paul’s School in Concord, NH, Vegetable Ranch owner Larry Pletcher kneels in freshly tilled soil planting spinach. In the next field over, the school is preparing an artificial turf lacrosse and soccer field for opening day. Lifestyle contrasts for sure. But fortunately for Larry, who needed the land to grow his certified organic vegetables, the school agreed to lease the neighboring field to him for what is now universally deemed a good cause.

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Two Mountain Farm, Andover, NH Two Mountain Farm, Andover, NH

Two Mountain Farm,  Andover NH
Farming has its challenges and rewards. Consider such enticements as breath-taking scenery and working in the open-air; cultivating and improving the soil; and watching seeds morph into immature plants before they …

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