32 Comerford Road
Westmoreland, NH 03467
Hillside Springs Farm is a small Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm on 75 acres in Westmoreland, New Hampshire, with gardens, pastures, orchard, forest, pond, stream, and small wetland areas. Our gardens are used for vegetables, herbs, berries, and flowers, all of which are available to CSA members in season.
We are entering our twelfth season of providing healthy, local produce to the community. Our primary commitment has always been to the CSA garden, so that we can focus on providing premium quality vegetables for our members. We are also experimenting with local farmers’ markets. We own the farm, and have a long term commitment to both the land and to the local community.
We use only sustainable and biodynamic farming methods. No chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides are ever used on our fields or our food. We are members of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire, the Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association, Seed Savers Exchange, Fedco Seeds Cooperative, the Aldo Leopold Center and the Josephine Porter Institute for Applied Biodynamics.
Hillside Springs Farm is unique in the area for its extended 24-week harvest season, member you-pick berries, freshly pressed apple cider, and the use of draft horses. The farm is entirely hand- and horse-powered. Our black Percheron and Belgian draft horses plow, disc, harrow, and cultivate the garden, help make hay, gather firewood, and provide manure for composting.