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D Acres

By Jen Risley (August 4, 2013)

D Acres

Originally from the D Acres Website

D Acres of New Hampshire is a non-profit organic farm and educational homestead with the mission of functioning as an educational center and working farm where we research, apply, and teach skills for sustainable living and small-scale organic farming. Our mission is to work cooperatively with the larger community to foster sustainable community renewal. The farm functions as a community and educational center as well as a producer of agricultural products. Instead of embracing the common farm strategy of seeking work off-site to supplement an inadequate farm income, we are pursuing creative ways to stimulate on-farm economics. Much of our non-farming time is thus spent pursuing cottage craft work, making functional and beautiful objects from on-site renewable resources and recycled materials. In addition, we are always developing new ways to connect with other farmers and our neighbors.


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