Welcome to the New Hampshire Farms Network!
Our mission is to promote and support local agriculture in New Hampshire by connecting farmers, consumers, and businesses. We believe that supporting local farms not only benefits the economy but also contributes to a healthier and more sustainable environment.
Our website is a valuable resource for anyone interested in supporting local farms. We provide a wealth of information about the state’s agricultural landscape, and we welcome all individuals and businesses who share our commitment to local agriculture.
Explore our directory of farms and farmers’ markets to find fresh, locally grown produce, meats, and dairy products near you. Our farm profiles section features information, stories, and updates from farmers around the state. These profiles offer a window into the world of local agriculture, and can help you learn more about the people and practices behind the food you’re buying.
Whether you’re a farmer looking to connect with other growers in the area, a consumer interested in purchasing products from New Hampshire farms, or a business seeking to source local suppliers, we have a range of resources and tools that can benefit you. Our goal is to help you connect with the local food community and support a sustainable and thriving agricultural economy in New Hampshire.
Looking to add your farm to our directory? Check out our farm submissions page to get started. We welcome submissions from all types of farms, whether you’re a small family operation or a larger commercial grower.
We are excited to share that we are preparing to offer hemp seeds through our seed bank on our website! As part of our duty to providing farmers with the best resources possible, our carefully selected hemp seeds are sourced from reputable suppliers to help farmers grow healthy and productive crops.
At the New Hampshire Farms Network, we’re committed to preserving and promoting the state’s agricultural heritage. Join us in supporting local farms and enjoying the fresh, delicious bounty that New Hampshire has to give.