A destination for local syrup, meat, and plants

Less than two miles from the Connecticut River and New Hampshire border, Bunker Farm is nestled in a hollow between hills of oaks, basswood, white pine, and sugar maples. Those maples play a big role in the farm’s production. Every year, the sap runs and the steam rises from the sugarhouse.  

A family farm run by two couples, Bunker Farm also sells pasture-raised meat and annual and perennial flower starts. Community neighbors can visit the sugarhouse for the sweet stuff during maple season, stock up on gardening needs in the spring and early summer, and buy local meat year-round. 

The farm’s story began years ago.