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NOFA-NH's knowledgeable and passionate members make our organization great. That's why NOFA-NH offers our members with farms and farm-related businesses eligibility to be featured in the 'Meet Our Members' column in our e-news.  Each month, we make our community a little closer by introducing you to someone new. Featured members are chosen by random lottery.


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Please Note: The views and opinions expressed in this column are those of our members and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of NOFA-NH, its staff, or Board of Directors. We reserve the right to reject content deemed unsuitable or inappropriate for our readership and distribution. 

Meet Our Members Archive: 2021 • 2020 • 2019 • 2018

February 2021

Meet Our Members! Introducing Sue Greene & Slopeside Farm


Name and Occupation: Sue Greene, Farmer/Owner


Business Name: Slopeside Farm // Facebook Instagram

My husband, Mike, and I own our 11 acre farm with <1 acre under cultivation. This is our second year growing for market. We are certified organic, selling seedlings, vegetables, and herbs to direct markets. We offer our produce and flowers at the Lancaster Farmers Market on Saturdays from May to October. We also sell our produce at the Root Seller Marketplace in Lancaster, a great locavore store that supports our local growers and crafters in the area.

How long have you been a member of NOFA-NH? This is our 1st year.


Why did you become a member of NOFA-NH? I believe in supporting our local, organic movement in NH. By becoming a member, I stay informed and my membership fees go towards education and advocacy for our community.


How has NOFA-NH impacted your business? The spring bulk order has made it so easy to price and pick up supplies in one trip.


What’s your number one priority for NOFA-NH this year? Members of our communities are still struggling due to the pandemic. Therefore, it’s so important to continue the education to the public about how to access local food systems, work with partnering organizations to market local food resources, markets, and programs, and map our food pantries for gleaning programs and community access.


How could NOFA-NH better help your business grow? Pricing for market is extremely difficult for a small farm with only one year of business records, especially with that year being a strange one due to the pandemic. A weekly price publication of market averages of crops sold would be a great resource for farmers just starting out, or experienced farmers who have not changed their prices for year (to better understand trends).


What advice do you have for anyone thinking about becoming a NOFA-NH member? Support the organization that advocates for NH organic agriculture by becoming a member.


Does your business have any upcoming activities or events you would like to share with the NOFA-NH community? We’ll be back at the Lancaster Farmers Market starting 2021 Memorial Day weekend!


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January 2021

Margaret Witham

Backyard Garlic


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January 2020

Ray Conner and Hugh Herr

Mermaid Hill Vineyard

February 2020

Patty Laughlin

Lorax Landscaping, LLC

March 2020

John E. Carroll

Dept of Natural Resources and Environment (COLSA), UNH

July 2020

Jess and Dan Boynton, Suellen Skinner

Serendipity Farm


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January 2019

Dave Trumble

Good Earth Farm


May 2019

Jennifer Wilhelm

Fat Peach Farm

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September 2019

Natalie Reid

Gap Mountain Goats

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December 2019

Dan Lagueux

Hip Peas Farm


February 2019

Gene Jonas

Hungry Bear Farm

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June 2019

Ted Lebow

Kitchen Table Consultants

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October 2019

Teresa Downey

Terra Basics

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April 2019

Mike Madden

Scooter's Farm of Woodmont

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August 2019

Maggie and Ben O'Brien

Three Sisters Farm


November 2019

Mark Wilson and Mari Princiotta

Marimark Farms


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March 2018

Mary MacNicol

Whole Health Chiropractic

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June 2018

Paul & Joan Richardson

Grand View Farm


October 2018

Julie Davenson

Stonewall Farm

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April 2018

Tracie Loock

Tracie's Community Farm

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July 2018

Clai Lasher-Sommers & Grace Glasson

New Dawn Farm

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November 2018

Ryan Foster

Home Grown Edible Landscaping & Nursery

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May 2018

Britt Phillips

Complete Land Organics

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August 2018

Irene LeMessurier

Temple Mountain Permaculture

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December 2018

Joanne Ducas

Mountain Heartbeet


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(603) 224-5022

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