Mildred’s Drumlin Farm

Steve Haendler, Tucker Haendler, Deborah Fisher

314 Lee Hook Road
Lee, NH  03861
phone: (603) 292-5949
email: henly @ comcast . net

At a time when our planet and ourselves are under attack from bad environmental practices, food loaded with pesticides, and corporations that are sacrificing our health and quality of our food supply for the sake of profit, it is very easy to lose hope for the future. Many feel that there is little they can do. Gandhi said, “Large problems have small solutions”. We have been lucky enough to have been allowed responsibility for 19 acres in Lee, NH. We view this as a great opportunity for us to care for a part of the planet and feel this is our offering of a “small solution”. It gives us hope. Our goal is to care for this land as best we can, grow as much of our own food as possible, and share it with our community through farmer’s markets and our CSA.

Agricultural Practices
  No synthetic chemicals used, No GMO used, IPM

How to Buy Our Local Food Products
CSA Shares
  Summer CSA, fruit/vegetable only
Farmers' Markets
  Summer: Newmarket
restaurants This farm sells to restaurants.
  We invite other producers to have their products at our pop ups to increase variety.


We grow a wide variety of vegetables with a focus on lettuce and greens, brassicas, garlic.


Strawberries, elderberries, fall raspberries, blueberries, haskap



Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

We offer an 18 week traditional boxed share with 8 - 10 items per week, running from June to mid October. Our CSA shares includes a share of strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries