Find a Local Farm

Green Marker - CSA farm, visit us on share pick up day!

Blue Marker - we sell directly to the public from our farm, come on over during open hours!

Red Dot - please make an appointment before visiting our farm or buy our products at locations listed.


Buying locally grown and produced food is a terrific idea. Local vegetables, fruits, meats and dairy are loaded with benefits for you and your family. When you purchase directly from the farm, you’re buying foods that are exceptionally fresh, nutritious, flavorful, economical and sustainable.

Monadnock Region Guide to Local FarmsThere are lots of farms in Cheshire County. In fact, there are well over 100 Cheshire County farms of varying size that grow a diverse array of foods and sell directly to consumers. But sometimes it’s hard to know where to start.
The Next Step to Finding Tasty Local Farm-Grown Foods!
Enjoy Shopping at a Local Farmers' Market
Here's a listing of where you'll find a farmers' market in Cheshire County:
  • Keene Farmers’ Market – Tuesday and Saturday 9am-1pm (May – October) on Gilbo Ave, Keene, NH - SNAP Accepted and Market Match offered!
    https://www.facebook.com/keenefarmers
  • Jaffrey – Monday 3-6pm (June – September) Downtown Jaffrey, NH - SNAP Accepted and Market Match offered!
  • Rindge – Thursday 3-6pm (May– October) Intersection of Route 202/Bradford Street, Rindge, NH
  • Harrisville –  Friday 5:30-7:00pm (June  – August) at the Harrisville Mill Complex in Harrisville, NH
  • Winchester - Saturday 10am-2pm at the Winchester Town Hall (winter) and Main St, Winchester NH (summer) - SNAP Accepted and Market Match offered!
By the way, it’s OK to start small! Don’t feel that you have to abandon your regular grocery store to buy directly from a local farm. Buy a few things from a nearby farm stand or farmers’ market. Buy a share from a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) farm. Enjoy an afternoon at a Pick-Your-Own farm or orchard. Once you try farm-direct local food, we’re confident you’ll be back for more!
This project is made possible through grant funds awarded to the Cheshire County Conservation District from the USDA’s Farmers Market Promotion Program and administered by the County of Cheshire.