Helen Brody of New Hampshire Farms Network has written an in depth profile of one of the seacoast area’s most beloved farms, Berry Hill Farm of Stratham.
Roll back the years, to April 22, 1970. The first “Earth Day” was being celebrated around the country. Caroline Saltonstall and Buck Robinson, later to be husband and wife, were participating in different parts of the country in this first environmental “teach in.” Thus begins the tale of these early innovators to help nudge the country, and indeed the world, toward understanding that organic farming was indeed a plausible way to grow crops, and to find ways to reduce farm energy costs. Read the full article >
Those looking for organic berries in the summer (and frozen blueberries in the winter) can seek out the booth of Meadow’s Mirth Farm at the markets, with whom Berry Hill shares a cooperative table.