Wake Robin Farm

Robert, Marsha & Abigail Wiggin

52 Union Road
Stratham, NH  03885
phone: (603) 772-5740
email: abigailwiggin81 @ gmail.com
website: https://wakerobinfarm.wordpress.com

Wake Robin Farm is a family owned and operated farm located in Stratham NH. Our family has been farming here for almost three hundred years and is currently managed by the fourteenth generation. The farm was recently placed in a conservation easement to prevent any possible future development. We have a very strong commitment to maintaining an active, viable, and sustainable farm for generations to come. While we are not certified organic, we do employ environmentally sound farming practices. Every possible measure is taken to ensure the health of our soil. We use local composted manure, local leaf mulch, and our own compost to increase the fertility of our soil. We also practice integrated pest management, crop rotation, and companion planting to reduce pest populations. Any of the sprays that we use are listed with OMRI, and are certified for use in organic agriculture. In short, we make sure that our soil is healthy, and in return so is our produce!

Agricultural Practices
  No GMO used, IPM, Low Spray (fruit), No antibiotics used, No added hormones, Free range, Pasture-raised
Conservation Easements
  Town of Stratham

How to Buy Our Local Food Products
CSA Shares
  Summer CSA, mixed product, Winter CSA, mixed product, Accepts SNAP as payment for CSA
Farmers' Markets
  Summer: Portsmouth Winter: Seacoast Eat Local's market in Rollinsford
restaurants This farm sells to restaurants.
institutions This farm sells to institutions.
  Farm stand open year round, 7-6


A wide variety of vegetables including asparagus, arugula, beans, beets, Brussels sprouts, carrots, cucumber, popcorn, celery, cabbage, eggplant, fennel, garlic, kale, lettuce, leeks, mustard greens, onions, sweet & hot peppers, tomatoes, ginger, sweet co


chicken eggs


Cantaloupes, strawberries, watermelon, pears, raspberries, black raspberries, currants, gooseberries, arctic kiwi




Fresh cut flowers, vegetable & flower transplants, hanging baskets, fresh & dried herbs, gourd birdhouses, cornmeal, popcorn

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Our Summer CSA runs for 18 weeks from June through October, and we offer pick-ups in Durham, Dover, Stratham, and Seaport Fish in Rye! You will enjoy many tried and true heirloom varieties, along with some of the most exciting new hybrids. Every winter we spend countless hours searching out the best possible vegetables, flowers, and herbs to offer our customers. If we anticipate that you may be unfamiliar with a particular item, we will include cooking options. What you will receive will vary from week to week during the growing season. In the spring you will enjoy plenty of greens, baby beets, radishes, and snap peas. Warmer months will bring on spring onions, beans, squash, garlic, peppers and tomatoes. Cooler weather will bring more garlic, potatoes, winter squash, greens, and onions. You can view a complete list of our produce on our website. Our members also receive 10% off any additional purchases of farm products. Our Winter CSA runs for 8 weeks from November through December, we offer pick ups at the farm in Stratham, Middleton Chiropractic in Dover, and Seaport Fish in Portsmouth. Please email for more details. Egg shares may be added to the vegetable share. We also offer lamb shares from our friends at Coppal House Farm. Please visit their listing for more information on their practices.