Preserving Pastures in Kensington

The Lewis Family Conservation Foundation donated $150k in November of 2015 to support the preservation of Bodwell Farm in Kensington, NH The following article is courtesy of the Southeast Land Trust. Preserving Pastures in Kensington By Tracey Miller In the summer of 1928, Harold Willard Bodwell and his wife Dorothy drove their cattle up by…

Details

2nd Annual Winterfest at Eastman’s Corner

Kensington, NH – Celebrate all things winter in New England at the 2nd Annual Farm at Eastman’s Corner Winterfest on Saturday, February 6th from 12-3pm.  This free family event will take place at the corner of Routes 150 and 107 at the Farm at Eastman’s Corner in Kensington. One of the area’s most unique winter…

Details

The Farm in the News

The Farm has been featured in two local food magazines for the fall. With our passion for providing local and wholesome food for the community, we are so excited to have been featured in two magazines who share the same focus. “More than just a farm store, The Farm at Eastman’s Corner offers events, classes, children’s…

Details

Chickens & Goats; Our Newest Additions to the Farm

  July has been an exciting month for the Farm. We have welcomed more goats to the Animal Yard, and we have built a beautiful coop that our new chickens reside in. Seven new Nigerian Dwarf Goats have joined our original five. Nigerian Dwarf Goats are small in stature, and are often used as dairy…

Details

Kensington Elementary Fourth Grader’s Special Project

If you drive past the Kensington Elementary School, you may notice something new. The fourth grade students spent some of their last days at school on a very special project to give back to the community; they transformed a bare patch of land in front of the school into a flower garden. Our Head of…

Details

Eastman’s Corner 3rd Anniversary Block Party

Kensington, NH – The Farm at Eastman’s Corner in Kensington, NH has announced that it will hold its 3rd Anniversary Block Party on Saturday, June 6th from 3-8pm.  The event will take place at 267 South Road, at the corner of Route 150 and Route 107 in Kensington, NH. There is no price for admission…

Details

Some Fresh Candor About Carrots

Carrots may seem like just another root vegetable, but they have been cultivated for more than just their crunch and have a deep-rooted history as an aphrodisiac, a cure for snakebites, and a measure to prevent night blindness.

Details

How to Maintain Your Momness

In today’s fast-paced world of full-time jobs, travel soccer teams, and Pinterest, Moms have pressure to do more in less time than ever before. With Mother’s Day coming up, it reminds us that it’s important for Moms to take time for themselves each day, without feeling guilty. Intuitively, most Moms know that self-care time is healthy and makes us a better parent and partner, yet many Moms feel selfish when taking even the smallest amount of time as their own in a day.

Details

Spring Has Sprung – Kath Gallant talks chickens & eggs

Boy, what a long, tough winter!  I’ve been watching from the view of my front window as the snow finally has begun to pull back into the far shadows of the woods.  Relief! I am gleefully amazed at the strong burst of spring that is upon us. Through the view of my window I can…

Details

Introducing Chef Chris!

We’re excited to announce that the Farm at Eastman’s Corner now has an Executive Chef! Please join us in welcoming Chef Christian Pasternak to the Farm team. Born, raised, and trained in New Hampshire and Vermont, and inspired by renowned Spanish Chef Jose Andres, Chef Chris brings us local, hands on, Farm-to-Table experience with international…

Details

Boston Youth Visit the Farm at Eastman’s Corner

Sipping fresh raw milk and sampling Fire Cider vinaigrette…tasting pure Maple Syrup from the trees you can see at the Farm…feeding goats, petting pigs, and walking through greenhouses lined with rows of tomato plants and greens. These are not things you may do or see every day, especially when you’re from inner city Boston. Last…

Details