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We moved to Gilmanton in January 2011. This was the only month that we worked on our home. The rest of the time that we have lived in Gilmanton, we have worked to clear the fields, amend the soil, cut down trees, build a barn, amend the soil more, build a greenhouse, and build another greenhouse. Our time never returned back to our home, which has and continues to need work. The constant busyness of the summer and always playing catch up never led to any time to do anything but harvest the vegetables and weed the gardens. Seven years of trying to build our business but never being able to get to the next level has made us rethink our future. What were we doing wrong?

We know we grow great food. We have heard it from our customers, countless times over. And we love hearing the feedback. We cannot give it up. So we decided to scale down. We are giving up our land lease and growing only on our property. We will be using our greenhouses to get a jump start on our season and to extend the season. We will no longer be offering a CSA. 

So what will we be offering?  Carrots, beets, cucumbers (slicing), tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, head lettuce, lettuce mix, kale, green peppers, hot peppers, onions and garlic. In the spring and fall we will have spinach In 2024, we will be offering flowers (dahlias, zinnias, gladiolus and sunflowers).  This will not be bouquets - they will be offered by the stem.  In the fall, we will also begin offering over 20 heirloom varieties of dried beans.

If anyone is struggling with growing at home, check out our references tab on this website for what we do and what we use.  

Michelle has now retired from the office life and can devote her time to the farm as well.  Check out where you can find us in 2024 and what we are up to.

Keith and Michelle

Table filled with vegetables and herbs
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