Greetings from all of us here at Fresh Start Farms, and happy October! With the cooler temperatures and turning of the leaves, Mother Nature dictates that we start to plan for the winter (however reluctant we may be to do so!)... but planning can be very exciting. We are excited by the projects we will be working on this fall and winter, including the Healthy Corners Initiative, Farm to School Pizza Project, and continuing our FarmShare and wholesale activities.
Have you heard about Batulo at the Concord Multicultural Festival? Pop on over to our website to read more about it!
Thank you & we'll see you soon!
Questions? Email us at email@example.com or give us a call at 603-606-2663 and we will get right back to you!
From all of us at Fresh Start Farms, take good care and be well.
We are a collective brand for immigrant and refugee farmers participating in the New American Sustainable Agriculture Program, a program of the Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success. We work alongside new American farmers to bring farm fresh ingredients to your table via neighborhood farm stands, farmers markets, our FarmShare, wholesale and through NH Farm to School.
Twenty-three new American farmers make up Fresh Start Farms. Nine farmers are part of the New American Farmers Co-op and grow at Our Farm on Story Hill in Dunbarton, NH. An additional 14 farmers, the Umoja Farmers, grow on land at the St. Paul's School in Concord, NH.
All producers in the Fresh Start Farms collective implement organic practices. While not certified organic, the farmers grow nutrient dense produce without chemicals and in a way that promotes healthy soil, habitat, and environment.
We speak 13 languages, represent 7 countries and grow over 50 different varieties of produce!