We offer self-guided tours of the farm between 8-5:30 everyday. In the front parking lot you'll find a kiosk with a farm map and throughout your walk around the farm there are informational posts about our chaos. Please remember that we are a working farm so keep an eye out for and stay away from and off tractors, trucks and machinery. Also, all electric fences are on and no one is allowed in buildings, greenhouses, gardens without a Meadowstone Farm employee.
We love having school groups and organizations of all ages come and visit the farm. We cater the tour to the needs of the group whether they are a ragtag bunch of 3 year olds from a nursery school or a more mature garden group looking for secret compost recipes. Most of the farmers have been teachers in past lives so we can also create specific lesson plans to fit student interests and topics. As always, we can put any group to work. Tours up to one hour are free of charge; additional time is $30.00 hour or donated labor by the group. We also, season and time permitting, can bring our soapbox on the road to visit your classroom or organization. Please contact us in advance if you're interested in visiting.
The White Mountain School Environmental Symposium: Envision a New World; Build a Better Future
Join us on November 12, 2011 at the The White Mountain School Environmental Symposium: Envision a New World; Build a Better Futurewith speaker Bill McKibbon. Tim and Sam are 2 of the 10 presenters. This free event will include 2 workshops and then key note speaker Bill McKibbon. Contact The White Mountain School to register.
4th Annual Farm Dinner and a Movie! Sunday, Sept 18, 2011
The Cold Mountain Cafe partners with Meadowstone Farm and The Colonial Theatre to celebrate Bethlehem's food and culture. Reserve now for one of three different 4 course meals, featuring all natural, chemical-free, humanely grown meat and produce from Meadowstone Farm. Your reservation includes a ticket to the "Queen of the Sun" screening at 7:30 pm. Call Cold Mountain Cafe at (603) 869-2500 to make a reservation.
Meadowstone Farm on NPR, September 2011
Tim was on NHPR! Listen to his interview on Morning Edition here!
Tim Wennrich Travels to Washington DC, September 2011
Tim joined farmers from across the United States in September to meet with state represntatives as well as The White House Chief of Staff and the United States Secretary of Agriculture, read more about his visit on The New England Farmer's Union Website.
Free Film:Ladies of the Land
Lively Discussion: Featured speaker John Carroll, professor at UNH, author of The Real Dirt: Toward Food Sufficiency and Farm Sustainability in New England. Discussion with panelists John Carroll; David Craxton of Roots & Fruits Farm, Dalton, NH; Cindy-Lu Ameyof Indian Stream Farm, Pittsburg, N.H.; Charlie Burke, NH Farm to Restaurant Connection;Tim Wennrich, Meadowstone Farm, Bethlehem, N.H.
And splendid local fare courtesy of the Littleton Food Coop, Meadowstone Farm, Luther & Zora’s Organic Farm, Four Corner’s Farm, Le Rendez-Vous Bakery, and Maplebrook Farms. Watch the video: Sam Brown and Jenny Johnson of Meadowstone Farm talk about food for the event.
Colonial Theater, Bethlehem, N.H.
Sunday August 7th 5:00 – 7 p.m.
Ammonoosuc Conservation TrustThe Colonial TheaterMeadowstone FarmThe Littleton Food Coop