Tuckaway Farm

Chuck and Laurel Cox, Dorn and Sarah Cox

36 Captain Smith Emerson Road
Lee, NH  03861
phone: (603) 988-5065
email: tuckawayfarmstore @ gmail.com

Tuckaway Farm is a three generation family farm "tucked away" along the Oyster River, just 2 miles from UNH. We have farmed organically for over 50 years, growing vegetables, small fruits, hay, blueberries, grains, and oil seed crops. We integrate draft horse power, cover cropping, rotational grazing of livestock and poultry, and no/low-till practices. We offer a credit-system CSA and Bread Club (with Juniper Cottage Bake Shop) at our farm store, work with area restaurants through Three River Farmers Alliance, and host several community garden plots. We are deeply engaged in open source research and development through farmhack.net, a collaborative community for resilient agriculture. Our ongoing mission at Tuckaway Farm is to support a regenerative energy and food system by practicing agriculture that builds soil, habitat, and community. Please call or email for an introduction.

Agricultural Practices
  no synthetic chemicals used, no GMO used, no routine antibiotics used, no added hormones, pasture-raised, grassfed with grain supplement
Certified Organic
  NHDAMF Certified Organic
Conservation Easements
  NH Land and Community Heritage Program NHDES Water Supply Land Grant Program Town of Lee Conservation Commission

How to Buy Our Local Food Products
CSA Shares
  Year-round CSA, debit style
Pick Your Own
restaurants This farm sells to restaurants.
institutions This farm sells to institutions.
  At farm (call ahead Contact: Sarah) Please call ahead for details on PYO blueberries and our farm stand membership program.


A wide variety of vegetables, including asparagus, beans, beets, celery, chard, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, kale, leeks, lettuce, onions, peas, radish, peppers, potatoes, rhubarb, spinach, squash, tomatoes, turnips.


chicken eggs


PYO blueberries (please call ahead), strawberries, raspberries, peaches, concord grapes.




A variety of heritage grains, specialty roasted cornmeal, small quantities of dried beans. Shittake and oyster mushrooms. Hay is available from the field, barn, or with delivery charge (please call for more information).

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Year-round credit account CSA with dawn-to-dusk hours at our farm store