Local Food Report: Barker’s Farm, Stratham

As part of our local food system, farm stands play an important role, especially for those times when we’re between farmers’ markets. Located on Route 33 in Stratham, NH, Barker’s Farm, now in its fourth generation, has long been a source for locally grown food in the Seacoast. In addition to an array of freshly picked seasonal produce and buckets of flowers from their farm, the stand now conveniently carries local meat from neighboring farms, Kellie Brook Farm in Greenland, and Stuart Farm in Stratham.

A version of this post also appears at Seacoast Eat Local.

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One Response to Local Food Report: Barker’s Farm, Stratham

  1. Liz says:

    I find its meat that I have the biggest difficulties sourcing- wonderful that you can get local produce all in one place.

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