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"We learn from our gardens to deal with the most urgent question of the time:How much is enough?"

Wendell Berry

We grow year-round

Market Location

Our Greenhouses, orchard and mushroom production is located at 119 Dustin Road, Webster, NH.

We farm using organic methods at several locations in St Paul's School, Winter Hill Farm in Henniker, Webster, West Hopkinton and Hopkinton

Market Hours

Drop in at the farm by appointment

Visit us at:

Summer Markets:

Sundays - Cole Gardens 10:30-2 pm

Mondays - Penacook - 4:30-6:30

Tuesdays - Franklin - 3-6 pm

Tuesdays - St Paul's School (TBA) -

Wednesdays - Canterbury - Elkins Library parking lot, 4-6:30 pm

Saturdays - Contoocook - Train Depot, 9:00-Noon

Saturdays - Weare Real Food Farmers Market, 65 North Stark Highway, 10-4 pm

Farm Stand - Boulder Farm (202/9 and Jewett Rd in Hopkinton) opens when asparagus is ready, usually mid May (Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat - 3-6:30 pm and Sun 11-6:30 pm)


Winter Markets


Tuesdays -St Paul's School (Date and Location TBA) -

Wednesdays - Riverhill Grange, 32 Horse Hill Rd, Penacook, 4-6 pm

Saturdays - Hopkinton Town Hall - 10 am - 1 pm (Hopkinton, NH)

Saturdays - 1st Saturday of the month, Nov thru Apr, Blazing Star Grange, Danbury NH, 9am-1pm

Saturdays - 3rd Saturday every month Nov-Apr, Blazing Star Grange, Danbury NH, 9am-1pm Order on-line through www.Harvesttomarket.com, pickup at the Grange Hall

Saturdays - Concord Downtown Farmers Market, 10-1 pm

For More Information

Jim Ramanek
Anne Nason
119 Dustin Road
Webster, NH 03303

603.,.,491.,., 4203

[email protected]

[email protected]

Today Is Friday, October 23, 2020
PICK UP OPTIONS
  • Sat - Boulder Farm Hopkinton
  • Weare Real Food Farmers Market
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Corona Virus Market Times

Current markets are listed to the right. We are now at the Weare Real Food Framers Market starting 7/25/20 on Sturdays from 10-4 pm.

I have updated the ordering page so that you can order and select from a number of alternate pickup locations.


Warner River Produce

Corona Guidelines:
1. Customers:

• PLEASE Stay home if ill

• Pay ahead using credit or debit, that way no money exchanges hands
a. We give a 10% bonus for each dollar you pay ahead
b. Doesn’t expire
c. You receive a receipt at market/pickup site
d. Receive a monthly statement listing starting balance, purchases, remaining balance
e. Call in you cc/debit card number

• At markets please don’t handle any products

a. Point and let the cashier do the work.

i. Our employees will be wearing gloves
ii. Point to the items you want and let my employee pick the item(s) for you and bag it
iii. Let my employee open egg cartons for you
iv. Finally, please bag your total purchase(s) in your own reusable bags

• Order online at https://harvesttomarket.com/ and choose a pickup or delivery site

• Use our delivery or pick up options
a. Pickup at one of our alternate sites or select delivery
i. Saturdays - Contoocook Farmers Market – 9-noon
ii. Sundays - Concord - Cole Gardens on Loudon Rd, 10:30-2 pm
iii. Wed-Thur-Fri Sat - Hopkinton - Boulder Farm on Jewett Rd, 3-6:30 pm
iv. Sundays- Hopkinton - Boulder Farm on Jewett Rd, 11-6:30 pm

Home delivery (Saturdays or Wednesdays)

Warner River Produce is a producer of seasonal mixed vegetables, medicinal and culinary herbs, Ginger, Shiitake mushrooms, tree fruit and berries. As well as eggs. We offer dried culinary herbs and herb blends, and tomatoes as well as frozen strawberries and blue berries.

Warner River gave up the organic certified designation. However, we are still committed to organics and we meet or exceed the current organic standards. We simply cannot describe our products as "organic".

Our products may be found at local farmers markets, restaurants, bakeries and stores in Canterbury, Concord, Contoocook, Danbury, Franklin, Hopkinton and our farm stand at Boulder Farm in Hopkinton.

The Warner River seedling order sheet is usually available in Feburary/Mar. Use the sheet to order spring vegetable, herb and flower transplants. Pick up an order sheet at the market, email [email protected] or log onto harvesttomarket.com and go to Warner River Produce in Webster to see what we have available and to order.

High tunnels (basically unheated greenhouses) allow us to grow and sell fresh produce all year. We also offer summer bulk orders (corn, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers) and fall storage crops (beets, carrots, celeriac, garlic, onions, parsnips, potatoes (red, white and blue), squash, sweet potatoes, turnips (baby, purple top and gilfeather) and rutabaga. Our fresh winter produce includes: microgreens, salad mix, spinach, cilantro, kale and bok choi.

Warner River offers year-round farmers market CSA and a Pay Ahead option ($100 increments)

Our Farmers Market CSA lets you select what you want, when you want and in the quantities that you need at markets in Franklin, Penacook, Canterbury, Concord, Danbury, St Paul's School, Contoocook , Weare and Hopkinton as well as our farm stand at the corner of Jewett Rd and 202/9 in Hopkinton (Boulder Farm). Included in the CSA are spring transplants, raw honey, seasonal mixed vegetables and greens, micro-greens, medicinal and culinary herbs, shiitake mushrooms, tree fruit and berries as well as value added products like dried fruit, vegetables, herbs, herb blends, frozen berries and Shiitake mushrooms. Use your CSA share to purchase bulk quantities for root cellar winter storage or seed garlic. There is no expiration, renew at any time and receive a $.10 bonus for every dollar you purchase or renewal


Full -- Pay $400 -- Receive $440 worth of produce
Half -- Pay $200 -- Receive $220 worth of produce
Single -- Pay $100 -- Receive $110 worth of produce



Summer season runs from Jun to Oct, winter season from Oct to May.

Order anytime online at https://harvesttomarket.com/farmers-market/Warner-River-Produce

We offer

Seasonal mixed produce, culinary and medicinal herbs. Winter produce includes: salad mix, braising mix, lettuce mix, arugula, baby spinach, other Asian greens, micro-greens, radish, carrots, beets, leeks, turnip, onions, and cabbage, broccoli and spinach.

Winter storage crops include beets, carrots, celeriac, garlic (eating and seed), onions, parsnips, potatoes, acorn, buttercup, butternut and sunshine winter squashes, sweet potatoes, turnip (purple top, gilfeather and rutabaga), winter radishes, onions, apples, and finally, dried beans, hot and sweet peppers, Shiitake mushrooms and apples, wheat berry, honey and frozen blueberries, strawberries and tomatoes.

Quite a selection of dried culinary and medicinal herbs.

Hard Red Winter Wheat Berries, Dried Beans (Mixed, Black Turtle, Pinto, Speckled Bays, Marfax, Jacobs Cattle, Tiger Eyes, Yellow Eye and Navy) all grown in NH by Dan Comte, The Root Seller.

Eggs from happy free range chickens.

Raw, unprocessed honey.

Spring and Fall Transplants

We grow many spring and fall transplants for sale (Culinary and Medicinal Herbs, Veggies and Flowers). If you have a special variety you would like us to grow, send an email or call.