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LRAC

 Thank you for your interest in our farm, and in that, you're helping to support other great farms in our region! These are just a few of the high quality local producers in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire.

In 2015 Winnipesaukee Woods Farm began working to get local producers in our region to collaborate more closely with one another. Since doing so, we've been able to provide more diverse products to our CSA members, customers, and wholesale accounts.

2018 was our 4th year of our fresh veggie project with the folks at Got Lunch! Laconia and Gilford Got Lunch! Our efforts to provide fresh vegetables to their donation programs in 2018 provided over $10,000 of fresh, healthy vegetables to families in need.

If you would like more information about the Lakes Region Agricultural Collaborative (LRAC), please call or email us, we're happy to share details about our efforts!

We are committed to producing high-quality products that are always in-season and, due to our seasonal production, our produce far exceeds the quality of what's often seen in the grocer or regular wholesale market. We look forward to showing you how fresh and local can make a difference to you!

By working cooperatively with other producers in the region, we help strengthen our local food system, economy, and the overall sustainability for both the producers and consumers of the Lakes Region.

Thanks!

Aaron & Liz

owners

Winnipesaukee Woods Farm

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Photo(s) added: , Another New PhotoApril 8th, 2019

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