Partners

Partners 

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.  – Margaret Meade

Partners help us grow!  Our growth from a small grassroots organization gardening on a tiny plot of land, to a program of teaching edible education in 8 local elementary schools, growing organic food for families in need, and teaching high school students the business of farming, was made possible by the help of our local and regional friends and partners.

 

Visit their websites and support the organizations and businesses who are making a difference by helping us build community around growing healthy food.

 

ORGANIZATIONAL SPONSORS

American Steel & Precast Erectors

First Track Marketing

Froling Energy

Grodman Financial Group

Harrisville Designs

SDE – Staff Development for Educators

United Natural Foods

Wharf Printing

 

 

FOUNDATIONS

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation

Partridge Foundation

Keith M. Sullivan Foundation

The Bean Family Foundation

 

IN-KIND SUPPORT

Attar Herbs and Spices

Ideal Compost

Monadnock Oil and Vinegar

Nature’s Green Grocer

New England Forest Products

Summerhill Assistsed Living

 

PROGRAM SPONSORS & PARTNERS

Analog Devices

ConVal School District/SAU#1

Dublin Community Foundation

Dublin Riding and Walking Club

Garden Club of Dublin

The Harris Center for Conservation Education

Monadnock Conservancy

Monadnock Farm and Community Connection

NH Farm to School Program

Peterborough Agricultural Commission

Phase65, Inc.

The River Center

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Town of Peterborough – Recreation Department

 

 

 

You can contact us at:

Cornucopia Project
49 Vose Farm Road, Suite 110
Peterborough, NH 03458
(603) 784-5069


Please feel free to email the following staff contacts with your questions.

General information:  admin@cornucopiaproject.org

School Programs:  Karen Hatcher, Executive Director: karen@cornucopiaproject.org

Community Engagement: Joyce Carroll, Community Programs Coordinator: joyce@cornucopiaproject.org

Farm to Fork: Hannah Bissex, Farm to Fork Coordinator: hannah@cornucopiaproject.org