Our farming story is a lot like our love story. We fell in love while working closely outside in all elements with plants, animals and the land. Put simply, farming is our love language! Not only for each other but for our local community and the land. We are passionate about growing organic, nutrient dense food and sharing our farm and veggies with our community. Join our CSA, visit our pop-up market cart or get in touch. We love sharing our farm with others.
Meet the Farmers
Elsbeth is 27 and graduated from Smith College in 2019 with a degree in Environmental Science and Sustainable Food. She has always been passionate about working outside with plants, animals and people. She grew up at Nubanusit Neighborhood and Farm and has always dreamed of farming where she was raised and feels a strong connection to the land and people here. You can find her making granola, trellising tomatoes, weeding, seeding or chatting with people on the farm. She loves to read and write, hike and adventure.
Jasen is 34 and found farming through wanting to change his diet and live a healthier lifestyle and never looked back. After completing a masters program at Antioch in Sustainable Business he ran Farmer John’s Plot for 7 years as Director. He loves working outside, moving his body and figuring out tricky problems which the farm has an abundance of. You can find him wrestling with irrigation lines, stocking the farm store, out in the field or on the tractor. He loves to learn new things, hike and adventure.
Committed to the health of the soil, plants, and people.
We are a Certified Organic small diversified farm in Peterborough, NH. At Nubi River Farm we are committed to the health of our soil, plants and people. For us, this means taking great care of the land with minimal tillage, growing organically, the use of crop and animal rotation, cover crops and having fun while we work. We grow on a little over two acres and have the use of three hoop houses where most of our tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and beans are grown. If you have questions about our growing practices please ask!