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Welcome to NOFA-NH's Interactive, Online Guide to Organic Foods in New Hampshire, and Guide to Organic Land Care Providers.
We hope you will find the organic products and services you want at this site.All of the State
How to Use this Map
To start, you may click one of the regions listed above, or the map area to the left that represents where you wish to start looking. You’ll be led to another page with a more detailed Google map of that area. Farms/service providers are indicated by map pins and are listed alphabetically to the right of the map. You’ll also see buttons across the top that identify products or services. Click onto any pin, button or farm/business name, and start your online journey towards eating sustainably and ecologically raised, pure, delicious, seasonal organic foods, and landscaping with organic land care service providers.
Explanations of terms used here:
Product categories are doubled for administrative purposes, please contact farms for specific products.
PYO stands for "Pick Your Own".
CSA stands for "Community Supported Agriculture" where consumers pre-pay for a share in the farm's upcoming harvest, and then receive a weekly box from the farm for as many weeks as that farm's season lasts.Farmer’s Markets: Many organic growers sell at Farmer's Markets - go to http://www.nhfarmersmarkets.com/ for a list of markets, or contact the farm to find out at which market they sell their products.
How organic are the farms listed here? We identify three levels of organic certification:
"Certified." The organic certification rules that took effect in 2002 are quite strict, and the growers who make the effort to apply for USDA organic certification and are granted it are labeled "certified." (Those that make less than $5000 can legally use the term "organic" if they follow the same rules for certification.)
"Meets all criteria" means that the grower decided to forego the time and cost of certification and declares that their farm follows all the standards set by the National Organic Program (NOP) which established USDA Organic Certification.
"Call farm" means that the user of this guide needs to call the farm to find out what farming methods have been used to raise the products of interest. They are listed here because they support NOFA-NH.
Some businesses do not list their street address - you may get directions to the center of the town in which they reside - contact them directly for more info. Please call or email the farm before making a visit - it will make for a more pleasant experience for all involved!
Enjoy eating locally grown organic foods, the highest standard in agriculture!