New Dawn is a family owned farm located in Westmoreland, NH. We grow high quality produce for the local community. We’re proud to offer our CSA shares to residents of Keene and the surrounding area. Joining our CSA not only supports local agriculture, but also helps us provide free produce to local families with limited funds. Members of our CSA receive a produce share every week throughout the growing season and into fall.
All produce delivered in our CSA shares is grown right here on our farm. Farm-to-table food is high in nutrition, delicious, and good for the environment.Learn more about our produce.
We offer a range of options including local delivery to help make it as easy as possible for you to receive your weekly share.Get more information on collection locations.
New Dawn Farm is owned, managed, and staffed by female farmers. We’re dedicated to producing mindfully grown produce that is accessible to all parts of the local community. Our farm purposefully grows extra food to support the local food pantry. As a member of our CSA you actively help us fulfill our mission of providing fresh, nutritious, and locally grown food to less fortunate local families. You can learn more about New Dawn’s farming practices and mission by viewing our short video here.
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Last year we opened our farm stand at New Dawn! We love to have visitors to the special piece of land we call New Dawn. We’re proud to offer a wide array of produce from the farm and a selection of goods from local vendors who share our values. Farm visitors can even pick their own goods, including edible flowers, herbs, and vegetables, from designated areas. Make sure to stop by in May for your vegetable, herb, and flower starts.
The stand is located behind the greenhouses on our farm at 373 Spofford Road, Westmoreland, NH.
"2016 was our second year as a member of New Dawn Farm and we LOVED the variety and quality of the offerings! The vegetables were picked-that-morning-fresh and were both tasty and beautiful. Having multiple varieties of key harvests - e.g., multiple kinds of summer squash - meant that we ate well across the entire season. The Farm Stand was also an excellent source for numerous local items that were so much better/tastier than anything at the grocery store (or even the Farmers' Markets, in some cases!)."
Visit our blog for weekly updates on the farm, find delicious recipes for your CSA produce, and learn about upcoming farm activities.