Year- Round CSA     Share Value: $60.00   

                        Pick-Up  Once a Month.

Base Package: ($20.00)

* 1 Handmade Soap

* 1 Herbal Tincture

* 2 Dozen Eggs

Seasonal Items: ($30.00)

January- 2 lb Sausage, 1.5lb Bacon & I CSArt class

February- 1 Chicken & I CSArt Class

March- 1/2 Gallon Maple Syrup & 2 Tickets to Cabin Fever Reliever or a "stay at home meal! "

April:- 1/2 Gallon Syrup, Salad Greens, Kombucha & Spring Tonic

May- Seedlings & Greens

June- Strawberries, Seedlings, Peas

July- Veggies!!

August- Veggies & Blueberries

September- Veggies & Apples/ Cider

October- Veggies/ Pumpkins

November- Harvest Dinner Share ( See Below...Menu ideas/ recipes included)

December- Pork & Applesauce - Free tickets to ' Elf Night '

Seedlings Are Available!


Basil, Parsley, Thyme, Oregano, Dill, Cilantro, Marigold, Milk Thistle, Marshmallow, Elcampane, Comfrey, Calendula,  Horehound, Snapdragons, Tomato, Cucumber, Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Red Cabbage, ...More to Come!


$2.00 Singles

$5.00 6 Packs

$10.00 12 Packs (Combos- 3 of each plant )

$5.00 Peat Pot (5+ plants)

PYO Flowers....25 Cents a "Peace"

All proceeds go to a cause for Peace!

Worms and worm castings by special order.

1 X November CSAg Share ... A Harvest Meal

2 kinds of squash


Gallon Cider

Root Veggie Medley

Apple Crisp

Sweet Potato Rolls -12

RSVP by Nov. 20

* Cooperative* *Creative Space *

*Time Share *

Creative Spaces for Rent....Great for educators, healing practitioners, and community groups to have space to gather. 

Anyone interested in a "Creators Space"?

Studio is open to rent for short term projects or long term use as a creative getaway!

Hoping to soon have a yurt that will be available to rent for workshop space!  Drumming, healing arts, singing, writing groups ...Lots of possibilities! Stay tuned to learn more!!

We also have "Tiny House" for rent on the farm...

$650.00 a month.  (Heat, electric and internet included.) 

We ae looking for someone who would like to rent the space full time. Rent may be reduced in the summer months for help on the farm. 

Another option would be several people who would like to cooperatively rent/use the space as an office, meeting space, or guest house.   This space would be great for homeschool meeting area, massage/reiki, wrtitting groups,  music lessons, crafting, guest house or mini- retreat.  Full kitchen and bathroom. With enough interest, perhaps it could be a certified kitchen for food prep/sales. Open to ideas.  Please contact me if you are interested.

Family Cow Coop

Raw, grass fed, organically raised milk without the work of keeping the cow!

The cost of purchasing and feeding a cow is prohibitive for one family but very affordable for a few families together!

We are proposing a “Cow Coop” where several families join together to buy a cow and cover the cost of keeping her.  Each family will get an equal share of the milk which could be made into butter or cheese as desired.  Our family will house the cow and do all milking and related chores including butter or cheese making.

Sound interesting?

Please contact Laura & Matyas Mezei at Circle of Pines Forest Farm in Unity

603-558-5745.  We’ll set up a meeting of all interested families to iron out the details.

Homestead for lease on Quaker City Land Trust...

Homestead for lease in Unity NH (southwest): 7 acres, of which 2 are cleared. Property includes a small, 2-bedroom hand-built house with wood heat, composting toilet, limited gravity-feed well water and electricity. There are two sheds (8x10 and 12x12), two large shared gardens, and several apple trees. The property needs some work: finishing interior in parts of the house and former pasture restoration/re-creation. Space is available for small-scale livestock and vegetable production. No pesticides ever used. Erection of a barn and/or greenhouse would be welcome. Located on a community land trust and available for a year of provisional membership with a long-term lease probable after that. QCLT* seeks a homesteading-minded family interested in putting down roots and developing a sustainable long-term vision for this property.

(*The Quaker City Land Trust was formed in 1994 by the residents of a cooperative ‘back to the land’ neighborhood from the 1960’s. Leaseholders share access to common land and to a community woodworking shop. Sharing resources and skills and trading work are valued parts of what we do here. The land trust owns 8 leaseholds on 91 contiguous acres, mostly wooded, in southwest New Hampshire.