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Staff Members
Aaron Lichtenberg (Owner)

After a number of years in the restaurant business, including owning his own, and a few other paths of employment, Aaron has finally settled upon something that he's able to get up every day and feel extremely proud of.  Part of this pride is shown through his commitment to organic growing, connecting with the community around him, and building the local food system.

When he is not in the fields, he is very active in the community, committing his time and "two-cents" into several organizations whose missions he strongly believes in.  He is an Associate Supervisor at the Belknap County Conservation District, a UNH Extension Advisory Council member, and a member of the Lakes Region Food Network. He can also be found visiting local schools and offering his expertise on the subject of responsible farming and food systems to small groups and individuals.

In addition to his contributions to these valuable organizations, he is also a founding member of the Lakes Region Agriculture Collaborative (LRAC).  This group's unofficial mission is to bring Lakes Region farmers together with a cooperative goal to increase access to local food for all members of the community.

One of the major accomplishments of LRAC is helping to add a fresh local vegetable component to the Got Lunch! Program in both Laconia and Gilford. In past years, he has also been integral in fundraising and delivering CSA Summer Shares to Alton Central School families in need, at no cost to the families.

Our local food system is growing and changing every year, and he is thrilled to be a part of it.   And as one of his favorite bumper stickers says, "Support your local agriculture or watch the houses grow!"

Liz Lichtenberg (Boss)

They say behind every good man, is an even better woman...those that know Liz are already aware that this statement couldn't be more true!

Liz is actually an educator by trade and one of the most natural teachers around. Others apparently agree...her peers nominated her for NH Teacher of the Year and won the 2015 Teacher of the Year for the state of NH. She hates to have it mentioned and struggles being in the “spotlight”. Her honest humility and delight when it comes to her education career has always influenced those around her and now is only one more great teacher to be recognized for it. This recognition is only one more example of the importance in acknowledging people like Liz that dedicate themselves to helping shape our future generations with such an honest passion that is grounded in being human and treating those around her equally.

 However, Liz is not only one of the major reasons that Winnipesaukee Woods Farm can operate, but has been a huge force behind the day to day operations on the farm from the beginning. Whether she is called on to help distribute CSA shares, harvest and plant, or weed a “turn row”, she tirelessly makes herself available to the farm each season. She also now runs the "flower division" of the farm, managing the flower share members and conducting special events, such as flower arranging workshops and weddings.

The interest and support we receive from all of our farm members and customers is always such a thrill, and Liz is certainly one of the big reasons why folks are thrilled to support our farm!

Originally spending much of her time growing up in Columbus, OH Liz moved to Southern California for her formative years, attending UCSD with a Cog-Sci major. After graduating, she immediately went into an intensive Graduate credentialing program at UCSD, and then on to a teaching position in Carlsbad, CA. After four years teaching there, she quit her job, got married and moved to New Hampshire.

There were many twists and turns that led to her ending up here in the Lakes Region, to include running a restaurant for a couple years, traveling all over South America for 8 Months, and eventually purchasing a home in Alton Bay in 2010. In her return to education, she started a position as a classroom teacher at Alton Central Elementary in that same year. Always being committed to working in or near the community she lives, she's now the Tech. Ed. Integrator at the Gilmanton addition to letting the farm ruin her summers out by keeoping her long hours out in the fields!

Join our Fall CSA Share today!October 14th, 2019

Who says you can't eat local out of the main growing season? We finally finished planting the last of over 4,000 spinach seedlings in the high tunnel and now we're working hard to harvest beets and ca

Winni Woods CSA Final Week #16September 26th, 2019

Hello Farm Faithful, Well, the final week of CSA is has come. It's been one heck of a year, both good and bad, just like life! We both want to take the opportunity to again express our gratitude for y

Winni Woods CSA Week #15September 19th, 2019

Hello Farm Faithful, First, let us thank you all for your well-wishes of support with the recent news, we very much appreciate it. Second, can you believe it's already week 15?! Here is a picture from

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