Small Meadow Farm is a small 1.4-acre vegetable and cut flower farm located in Northwood NH. The farm was founded on the belief that everyone should have access to affordable ecologically grown produce. Locally grown produce is something that needs to be celebrated throughout the year and learning how to make affordable meals out of all that beautiful produce is equally important as well.
Our farm is new but is rich in culture and the history of generations past. It marries old with the new. The grounds of the farm date back to the early 1800s and is the original Philip Bartlett Homestead.
I was introduced to farming at an early age in Macedonia. I remember spending summers on the farm that my grandparents owned. I vividly remember all the food that my grandmother prepared for us as she used fresh vegetables grown on their farm. The cheese and the butter tasted so rich and fresh. The fragrant flowers were so potent that the smells would linger for a long time. The strawberries and the fruit tasted so sweet.
As a grower my goal is to continue the legacy my grandparents started and continue the legacy of land preservation and stewardship. I believe that everyone should have access to fresh produce year-round. With improved cultural practices and storage capability, as a grower, I hope to bring to the local community extended seasons of crops, as well as improved quality of eating. Just imagine how great it would be if we could all enjoy a little taste of summer all year long!