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Katie Surowiec, Surowiec Farm, Sanbornton, NH

By Helen Brody (January 7, 2009)

katiesurowiecbl.jpgFrom a farming family, Katie graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1986 with a degree in Wildife Management. Her past professional work has encompassed wildlife studies, natural resource inventories, land use planning, and geographic information systems. She is a certified weland scientist and licensed septic designer. “Since 1998, as my three daughers have gotten older, my role in our family farm has expanded from part-time general laborer, cashier, and signmaker into becoming involved in most aspects of the business planning, development, and management. My current duties range from managing the plant propogation and wholesale plant business, farmstand operation, managing the two farmers’ markets, payroll, and general office support. “The business over the years has grown into a true joint venture with both of us contributing and counterbalancing each other’s weaknesses and strengths.”

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