Tour, refreshments, and conversation at Poverty Lane Orchards & Farnum Hill Cider in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Poverty Lane Orchards & Farnum Hill Cider is a three-pronged enterprise, which consists of a retail stand, wholesale fresh packs shipped as ‘Uncommon Apples’, and Farnum Hill Cider. Join us as we tour the orchards and cidery and hear from the owners about their business model and how they decided to get into cider production. In addition to the tour, we’ll have some time for shopping, cider tasting, and connecting with other Granite State food system advocates.
Come experience a thriving agricultural enterprise and learn about what’s happening in New Hampshire’s food system. Please share widely with your networks. Everyone actively engaged in the NH food system in their professional or civic life is encouraged to attend. For more information, visit our website.
The event is free, but space is limited, so please register!
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