Pearl Farm

nh_pearl_farm_20190617_074Tubing on sugar maple trees on the Pearl Farm in Loudon, New Hampshire.Photo Credit: Jerry and Marcy Monkman

The 279-acre Pearl Farm sits on Loudon Ridge, the most rural and scenic part of the town of Loudon, New Hampshire and its agricultural heart. The open space, wildlife habitat, and local food production that Pearl Farm provides help to sustain the rural character of the community. However, the farm is in jeopardy of being developed because of its proximity to the state’s capital, scenic views, and level building sites. We’ve partnered with the Loudon Conservation Commission to preserve the land, and allow a fourth generation of the Pearl family to continue to produce hay, squash, pumpkins, sweet corn, and maple syrup for nearby farm stands, regional supermarkets, and maple syrup wholesalers.

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