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Our Farmstand

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 Located conveniently on New London's Main Street, we strive to provide a variety of items to our community grown and crafted by local farmers and NH artisans. Our offerings extend to New England made products that are unique and distinct by design.

Here at Spring Ledge Farm, we grow 10 acres of mixed vegetables, 12 acres of sweet corn, 4 acres of strawberries, and an acre of fresh flowers which are all harvested daily for the coolers and shelves of our farmstand. By our crews picking daily we ensure the highest quality of produce for our community. In addition, we source from other local farms, artisans, and vendors for a variety of goods.  

Our Vendor List

Bread -  Red Hen & The Good Loaf
Dairy - Mcnamara Dairy, Walpole Creamery, Frisky Cow Gelato, Maplebrook, Vermont Creamery, Jasper Hill Farm, Cobb Hill, Billings Farm, West River Creamery, Grafton Village, Ploughgate Creamery, Bridgeport Creamery, and more Assorted Local Cheese
Meats- Misty Knoll Chicken, Lucas Family Farms, Garfields Smokehouse, Vermont Salumi, Northcountry Smokehouse, Short Creek Farm.
Pies - Red Hen 
Produce - Spring Ledge Farm, Edgewater Farm, Musterfield Farm
Oils, Condiments, and Seasonings - Cucina Aurora, Cutting Farm Honey, Wild Queen Honey, Blackwater Farm, Blake Hill Preserves, Apple Hill Farm, Short Creek Farm, Valicenti Pasta Farm, New York Shuk, Steve's Original Sauce, Vermont Salsa Co., Camp Mix, Appalachian Naturals, Sugar Bob's, Sidehill Farm
Pasta and other meal ready food - Valicenti Pasta Farm, Sherpa Food's Momo's, Our House Chili's, Soups, and Mac n' Cheese's, Half Baked Vermont Pizza,
Coffee, Tea, Maple Syrup, and more! - Will-A-Way Maples, Mac's Maple, Harding Hill, Vermont Artisan Coffee Co., Maple Nut Kitchen, Port City Pretzels, Vegetaball's Pesto, Laughing Moon Chocolate, Acorn Trading Co., Soy Be Good Candles,
Hard Goods - Acorn Trading Co. Felted Soaps, Soy Be Good Candles, cards, stickers, and calendars by our own Allison Dobrowski

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Jerod Rockwell comes to Spring Ledge Farm from a career in Hospitality and Restaurants.  He owned and operated his own restaurant in New London, NH for a number of years and came to us most recently from 10 years of managing restuarant operations for high end glass blowing business Simon Pearce in Quechee, Vermont.

Jerod's increasing awareness of the contributions of agriculture to our local communities made the role of Farmstand Manager the perfect opportunity for him to make the connection between farming and food. Jerod’s passion lies in engaging with employees and customers on a daily basis and making sure that we are meeting the needs of our teams and our community through The Farmstand.

Oh, and food.  He really loves food.  One of his favorite food memories was being on the Field Crew in ‘96 here at Spring Ledge Farm and bringing a jar of mayo and a loaf of wheat bread and enjoying a phenomenal tomato and cucumber sandwich most days when working.  Oh, to be able to go back!

Jerod lives locally (maybe too locally!) with his wife Jenn, son Jacob, and their curious dog, Tatum.

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Kerrin AKA ‘Rin’ started at Spring Ledge as a member of the greenhouse, field, and farmstand crews and has now returned as the Assistant Farmstand Manager!

She loves to learn about and interact with all aspects of the farm but especially finds pleasure in engaging with our customers. She thinks vegetables are great and all but her favorite farmstand product is a homemade cider donut made by the farm owner himself. When not at work Rin enjoys spending time with her dog, exercising, and appreciating nature in all forms.

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