About Us

The Farm at Eastman’s Corner is a community-governed year-round farm and marketplace committed to supporting our local farmers and food producers. We help build a strong community by providing a gathering space where we host free events, educational classes and children’s programs. We proudly give 100% of our profit and 5% of our sales to support Sawyer Park, a special place for kids and families.

Our Mission in Action

Support our local farmers and food producers. Our Market is stocked with local vegetables, fruit, cheese, meats, eggs, milk, and breads plus a variety of grocery staples and personal-care products. Enjoy delicious locally-made soups, pastas, sandwiches and grab & go meals.

Educate and Empower our Children. We think it is important for kids to know where their food comes from. With our Children’s Gardens, Goat Barn, internships and other special events and programs designed just for kids, we’re giving our children a chance to plant their own gardens, meet their farmers and gain a greater respect and appreciation for our resources and our planet. Check out our events.

Offer Food and Nutrition Classes. Join us for a cooking demonstration, workshop on healthy eating, backyard chickens, canning, and more. Find out more.

Grow fresh, local vegetables year-round. Just because you live in the Northeast doesn’t mean you can’t have fresh produce all year long. We have six solar greenhouses where we grow fresh greens, ginger, garlic, and tomatoes throughout the year.

Provide Support and Tools for Farmers. Our sustainably-restored historic barn contains two commercial kitchens that are fully equipped for preserving and processing excess produce. This newly refurbished barn provides both a functional working space for farmers, as well as an inviting place to hold classes and demonstrations for the public.

Support Sawyer Park. A large part of our mission is to give back to our community. That’s why we donate 100% of our profit to support Kensington’s Sawyer Park.

Foster Community. At Eastman’s Corner, we believe that strong, engaged communities are the key to a sustainable future. It’s why we support Sawyer Park and offer:

  • Free Events. Join us for one of our free events including festivals, tastings, concerts, talks and workshops where our patrons and neighbors can make new connections, strengthen old friendships, hear great music and learn something new.
  • Community Gathering Space. We created Angela’s Café as a comfortable space where friends and neighbors can gather, host events, and hold community meetings. Our pavilion and Farmer’s Porch are perfect spots for picnicking with locally-prepared foods from the store.

Support Sustainability: We’re working to educate and encourage our farmers and vendors to put sustainable principles into practice. We use sustainable practices in our greenhouses, Store and Preservation Barn – yes, those are solar panels on our roof! Our farm store is housed in a sustainably-constructed building with LED lights, low-VOC paint, and solar-sourced energy. An on-site composting shed, built in collaboration with Mr. Fox Composting, turns waste into a valuable resource for the Farm.

Come and visit!

Shop, explore the grounds, visit our goats, relax with a cup of coffee on our Farmer’s Porch, join friends in Angela’s Café, or pick up a great meal to go. See you soon!

Meet the Staff

Cathy

Team Leader

Chris

Chef

Chris knew he wanted to be work in culinary since he was a kid, baking and cooking with his mother. He loves being challenged with different ingredients and coming up with new ideas, which are reflected in our prepared foods. Chris’s favorite food is pizza; he’s a firm believer that the best pizzas have absolutely no more than two toppings, and that as long as you use good ingredients, your dish will taste great.

Krystal

Head Baker/ Catering Manager

Mariah
Rich

Head of Agriculture

As a child Rich didn’t envision himself working on a Farm. He’s now responsible for our flourishing greenhouses, and our happy and healthy animals in the Animal Yard. Rich enjoys finding unique heirloom varieties of produce to grow; From Ghost Peppers to fresh turmeric, you can always find something interesting in his greenhouses.

Robbie

Prep Cook

Scott
Shannon

Shannon grew up in Kensington NH, and has lived here her whole life. She graduated from Exeter High School in 2014, and is now in school for Hospitality, with plans to be an event planner when she graduates. Shannon loves working in her hometown.