We’re moving across town! As of July 1, you can find us at 49 Vose Farm Road, Peterborough.

Community Programs

New Youth and Adult Cooking Classes for 2017


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School Programs

We strive to engage children in hands-on, agricultural experiences that allow them to establish a direct connection to the earth and to their food source.  We now teach edible education in all 8 elementary school in the Conval School District.

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Thank you for supporting us through NHGives!

We are so excited to report that we exceeded our goal during #NHGives, raising over $15,000, and surpassing our goal of $15,000.  And. . .donations are still arriving through NHGives.

We are also extremely proud that out of 290 participating nonprofits in NHGives we placed:

  • #2 for the highest amount raised and
  • #2 for the greatest number of individual donors at 168!
Thank you all for believing in our work. This would not have been possible without the many enthusiastic and generous supporters.












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Sign up now for youth farm program!
The Monadnock Conservancy and the Cornucopia Project are offering a new children’s summer program at Four Winds Farm in Peterborough. The Kids Connect! Farm, Field & Forest program still has openings for children,entering grades 3 to 6. Ten classes on Mondays and Thursdays, starting July 17 and ending August 17 (meeting twice weekly for five weeks), will be held from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and include a snack prepared primarily from farm-harvested ingredients.

Children will spend their time outside having fun and doing creative, hands-on educational games and activities within a variety of farm settings: garden, field, forest, pond, and farm kitchen. The cost is $150 per child for 10 classes. For more information please email katrina@monadnockconservancy .org. Special thanks to the Caswell Foundation for making this program possible.

This is what we do. Isn't it amazing? ...

Little potato girl. . . never too young to plant some spuds!

Little potato girl. . . never too young to plant some spuds! ...

Don't miss the Peterborough Library/Cornucopia's Wellness Lunch & Learn program on Thursday, from noon to 1:00 with "Cooking what you know with vegetables you may have just met". Includes a short film by renowned chef Jamie Oliver followed by speaker Paige Lindell, who will discuss creating a food culture for NOW. . . using locally available produce, and much more. Free program, bring your lunch! ...

Special thanks to our 2016 Organizational Sponsors 


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