FARMING ACTIVITIES:Currier Brook Farm consists of about 5 acres of land not wooded and 15 acres of forest. The house was built in 1795 and was owned by the Curriers until the mid sixties. Carol (my mom) and I bought the farm in 2004 with the intent to turn it back into a working farm and a comfy B&B. We are just learning how to actually implement all of these ideas but our focus is on biodynamics, organic, and infusing permaculture as much as possible. This past year we raised free-wandering chickens for eggs as well as many veggies in our raised lasagna-layered gardens. This year we hope to expand our veggie operation to include early greens and a ton of herbs. We are also planning on planting mushroom spores in Spring '06 and working on our wooded trails to identify, plant and protect endangered native species. Other projects include fencing, building an outdoor stove, an earthen kiln, and working on our treehouse. We are always looking for volunteers, work- traders, and can offer internships.
Looking for a great place to rest and relax in a comfortable organic farm setting? Currier Brook Farm and B&B is the place for you. If you are lookin for creature comforts we have 2 rooms in our antique cape farmhouse. If you are looking to enjoy nature we have plenty of room for camping by the river, in the forest, or in the field (with amazing views of two mountains). If you are just sort of in between those options try out our treehouse. 4 rooms, huge picture windows and a bonfire circle just outside your door. Please call us if you are interested in staying at our farm located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, minutes away from Rumney Rocks, Quincy Bog, the Appalachian Trail, Mount Moosilauke, and on the Baker River. For winter sports there are many ski areas between 20 mins. and 1.5 hrs from our door; 100 ft from the back door and you have access to thousands of miles of snowmobiling trails, or just stay close and snowshoe or cross-country ski our wooded trails. Must be tolerant of friendly dogs, silly horses, and chickens. Spring and summer campers/ treehousers are welcome to trade work for stay and possibly organic breakfasts.
Plymouth Farmer's Market Church across from Whole Village Resource Center Thurs 3-6 (anticipated for 05)
Please call for farm pick up except between July and Oct. Chicken and Eggs available daily, veggies and turkey in-season. 603-764-5765
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