The farmstand and tent are now open for in person shopping. Outdoor checkout still available. Please call us with any questions.
July 4th we will be open from 9am - 1pm.
Monday through Friday: 9am-6pm
PYO Strawberries is open for the season!
PYO Strawberries will be closed Friday, July 3rd for ripening
985 Pleasant St.
New London, NH
10,500 seedlings donated!
We joined with our FEED Kearsarge Partners in a pilot project, the Tray it Forward/Garden in a Tray, where we grew 250 trays of seedlings for essential medical personnel and food insecure households. Each tray held 42 seedlings of tomatoes, peppers, beans, squashes, herbs, beets, edible & beneficial flowers, onions, lettuces, cabbage and cucumbers. Along with the trays, the volunteers at FEED Kearsarge provided a bag of compost (thanks to a donation by Vt. Compost company!), gardening gloves, a seed packet (thanks to UNH Cooperative Extension), handouts with information and a link to the website page with information on gardening, soils and continuing support from the program.
Thanks to our great customers who helped by purchasing a donation tray which Spring Ledge then matched tray for tray. And thank you to our FEED Kearsarge partners - Kearsarge Food Hub, Sweet Beet Farm, Kearsarge Neighborhood Partners,
Colby Sawyer College, New London Hospital
and the Kearsarge Lake Sunapee Community Food Pantry.
Spring Ledge Farm
We have been closely monitoring the evolving situation with COVID-19 and will continue to do so. In the meantime, we still have seeds to sow, food to grow, and spring to look forward to. Our first priority is the safety of our employees and our community. To that end, we have been taking extra precautions. We have rearranged shifts and projects so that fewer people are working at a time and projects are taking place in different areas of the farm. Food safety has always been a top priority for us, and we are redoubling our efforts now. Read about our food safety policies and updates for COVID-19 at springledgefarm.com.
In this time of uncertainty, we need our local farms more than ever. We’re committed to growing and supplying food and plants to our community. Weathering this storm will take some creative thinking and all of us pulling together (while maintaining distance!) to figure out how best to feed our community, grow our gardens, and spread joy through flowers. If you can, please consider purchasing a CSA Share. Participating in a CSA is one of the best ways you can support Spring Ledge so that we can continue to support our community.
Stay safe, stay healthy,
and we’ll see you soon!