Women in Agriculture

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Growing Better in New Hampshire


Our agriculture and horticulture specialists use the best research-based information to give New Hampshire farmers, businesses and citizens with the tools they need to succeed.  We provide workshops, fact sheets, programs, on-site consultations and comprehensive pest, plant and soil diagnostics.


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June 4, 2022 | 10:00am - 3:00pm
Due to low registration numbers, this event is postponed and will be offered again at a later date. Please contact Kelly McAdam with any questions. …
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Growing Farms, Growing Communities

Annie’s Project empowers N.H. women in agriculture

When Emma Downing ’16 opened Blue Heron Farm in New Boston two years ago, she received as a gift a felted wool flag featuring an artfully-rendered blue heron in flight. Nestled in a clover-filled pasture on a slope with three grazing cows, a crowd of young pigs and a colorful flock of laying hens, Blue Heron Farm is just one of the Granite State’s new, women-owned farms.  Read more


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Guidance on beginning to legally operate your farm business
Planning efforts for a beginner farmer. Topics include zoning, insurance, liabilities and being a good neighbor. Learn More
How to assess when planning a farm business
You would like to get started in farming, now what? Whether you have open land, forested land or leased land, there are many factors to consider befor... Learn More
This guide provides a general overview of what it takes to get your farm up and running in New Hampshire
This guide provides a general overview of what it takes to get your farm up and running in New Hampshire. Learn More