Associate Board Member
Frank Hunter lives and farms in Westmoreland, New Hampshire. Hillside Springs Farm is a small horse-powered farm growing 3 acres and over 100 varieties of vegetables, herbs, and flowers, using only sustainable, organic, and biodynamic farming methods. Frank grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, and majored in Environmental Studies at Prescott College in Arizona. After interning on several CSA and draft horse farms in the Northeast, Frank and his spouse Kim Peavey were two years CSA farming on rented land near Ithaca, NY, before moving to Hillside Springs Farm in 2002. Frank is Chair of the Westmoreland Agricultural Advisory Committee, and a member of Farmers Helping Farmers, a regional group of farmers working to support one another and local, small-scale agriculture. Frank’s interests include live music, seed-saving, heirloom tomatoes, driving horses, and travel (when he can get it!). Please see www.hillsidesprings farm.com for more information.