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Program update

As of June 19th, we are over 50% of the way to our first goal of 65 sustainers by August 31st! When we reach this goal, we will receive $7,500 in matching funds from a small group of generous supporters. A HUGE thank you to our monthly giving donors for helping us get closer to this goal. This is an exciting new phase of growth for all of us, and we are confident that the future is brighter when we stand together! Please consider becoming a sustainer today.

Monthly Video Logs

May was all about outreach and appreciation. Learn all about it in under 2 minutes in our homemade video log below.

Who we are

We are a nonprofit organization seeking wellbeing and connection for all through community service. Our objectives include promoting community cohesion, increasing access to local food, and contributing to the economic and environmental viability of our area.

We are community supporters. We are farmer advocates. We are stewards of the land.

Stay Connected

April was amaaaazing! Learn all about it in under 3 minutes.

Monthly Video Log

A new way to stay connected…

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Our Branches

the {farm • Market • kitchen} connection

Our organization is actively exploring various aspects of the local food system through these three primary branches.

Sweet Beet farm

Learning as we Grow. We strive to grow flavorful and nutrient dense foods for market while exploring regenerative practices to nurture the land and pursuing farm based education initiatives to engage the community. Through operating our own farm, we gain insights into how best to aid and support other small farmers in our area. Through collaboration we have the potential to unify our selling power, access new markets, and promote greater viability for small-scale agriculture.

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Sweet Beet market

Committed to Local, Sweet Beet is the retail arm of the Kearsarge Food Hub where we collect and sell produce from 30+ producers with a 30-mile radius of our storefront, including our own Sweet Beet Farm. More than veggies, we also have a diverse supply of meat, dairy, baked goods, home goods, and more!

Year-Round Hours
Wednesday-Friday: 9:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday-Sunday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Monday-Tuesday: Closed

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Sweet Beet Kitchen&Bakery

Nourish from Within. Our kitchen mission is to produce value added products with a focus on baked goods, farm fresh veggies, and waste diversion. We want to engage and inspire our community with the food that we make! Find fresh baguettes, boules, and loaves regularly in Sweet Beet Market. Keep an eye out for other seasonal products, lightly processed goods featuring farm-fresh ingredients, and opportunities to learn and engage in the kitchen.

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Community Engagement

Outreach • Education

Underlying all of our efforts as a nonprofit is a commitment to engage our community and provide farm and food based education. Full transparency and ample opportunities for learning, sharing, and growth propel us on a daily basis.


Community Outreach

  • Events and community gatherings emphasizing the celebration of local food, agriculture, and the arts.

  • Presenting at conferences, guest speaking on panels, and otherwise promoting food-based workshops and learning opportunities.

  • Visits to local institutions for career day, wellness fairs, farmers markets, and more.

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Farm & Food Based Education

  • Tours, work days, and field trips on the farm.

  • Possibilities for specialized curriculum for all ages.

  • Community service, volunteer, and internships opportunities.

  • Potential for learning in all branches: Farm, Market and Kitchen.

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Imagine for a moment if we once again knew, strictly as a matter of course, these few unremarkable things: What it is we are eating. Where it came from. How it found its way to our table. And what, in a true account, it really costs. We could then talk about some other things at dinner. For we would no longer need any reminding that however we choose to feed ourselves, we eat by the grace of nature, not industry, and what we’re eating is never anything more or less than the body of the world.
— Michael Pollan, The Omnivore's Dilemma

All photography provided by Kearsarge Food Hub.