Darling Hill Community Farm

Darling Hill Community Farm is a small diversified vegetable farm in Southern New Hampshire. The farm is viewed as a living organism and this leads to a consideration of inputs and outputs, building fertility through organic, ecological and sustainable practices.

Our Mission

Darling Hill Community Farm conserves and beautifies the working landscape of Brookwood Ecology Center by cultivating the natural resources through agricultural stewardship of the land and place-based livelihood for the farmers. This work is practiced in ways that are: Ecologically Harmonious, Aesthetically Graceful, Technologically Creative, and Energetically Efficient. This work provides a local, sustainable and secure source of food to the Farm Community, and to provide the Farm Community with the opportunity to celebrate and educate themselves in spiritual and practical aspects of place, agriculture and livelihood.

Listing last updated on Mar 30, 2011

Darling Hill Community Farm currently operates a CSA for around 40 members.

Between May and December our farmstand will be open for public sales and CSA Pick-ups Tuesday and Saturday afternoons from 3pm to 7pm.



Season:  June through December

Type:  single farm

Since:  2006

# of Shares:  40

Full Share:  Full Shares (feed 2-5) are $360 per 12 week season. Summer and Fall shares are available. A discount is available when purchasing a share for both seasons

1/2 Share:  Partial Shares (feed 1-2) are $245 per 12 week season. Summer and Fall shares are available. A discount is available when purchasing a share for both seasons

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Darling Hill Community Farm occasionally vends at area farmer's markets in Temple and Peterborough.

Schedule and Location:

We are open for cash sales during CSA pick-up times from 3pm to 7pm. Cash customers pay individually for each item as if they were at a farmers market or regular farmstand for our organic produce. We currently do not sell any produce that is produced off-farm.



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I have inside information that this farm produced nearly 8,000 pounds of quality, wholesome food one season. Compare that to a VT farm prison of 100 inmates who grew 9,000 pounds of produce in a recent season.... [more]


Two of my neighbors suggested I join this CSA a couple years ago and I am so glad I did. Leigh Mae is so knowledgeable and always takes time to answer my own gardening questions.... [more]


My family chose Darling Hill as our first experience with a CSA and at this point, I'm very happy. I was sorry to look on this site today and see the nature of what so publicly took place, but I feel that the person who is running the farm right now should be judged on the produce that is provided and not the nature of her personal life.... [more]

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