Tuckaway Farm

4 Captain Smith Emerson Road
Lee, NH

Chuck, Laurel, Dorn & Sarah Cox
(603) 988-5065
tuckawayfarmstore @ gmail.com

  Certified Organic Produce, Real Organic

  We practice regenerative and organic agriculture with the goal of benefiting our soil, watershed, climate, and community. Field practices include reduced tillage combined with cover crops, mulching, and pollinator plantings. Our laying hens and sheep are

Tuckaway Farm is "tucked away" along the Oyster River, just 2 miles from the University of New Hampshire. Our family has farmed organically for over 50 years, growing diversified vegetables, small fruits, hay, blueberries, and grains, along with pastured lamb and eggs. Our specialty product is roasted heritage variety cornmeal, and we are founding members of the NH Grain Collaborative, which aims to revitalize the connections between NH grain growers, millers, bakers, brewers, tortilla makers, and home purchasers. We offer a year-round credit system CSA, retail farm stand, and serve as a pick up location for Three River Farmers Alliance Veggie Go and Juniper Cottage Bake Shop Bread Club. You can also find our products at Seacoast area farm stores, restaurants, and at Three River Farmers Alliance (www.threeriverfa.com). We offer community garden plots as well as meeting and workshop space for rent. Our ongoing mission at Tuckaway Farm is to support a regenerative energy and food system that builds healthy soil, habitat, and community. We acknowledge the Abenaki people, past and present, who have stewarded this land over generations.

What We Sell


Asparagus,beets, cabbage, carrots, chard, eggplant, kale, lettuce, peppers, tomatoes, summer squash, zucchini




Black raspberries, blueberries, elderberries, grapes, strawberries




Stone-milled cornmeal and flour in collaboration with Granite Grains Farm and the NH Grain Collaborative

How to Buy Our Local Food

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Year-round CSA, debit style

Pick Your Own

Pick-your-own blueberries (call ahead)


Please call or email for an introduction to the farm store!

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