Participating Exhibitors

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2021 Virtual Trade Show

4-H Foundation of New Hampshire
59 College Rd.
Durham, NH 03824
Contact: Holly Young
holly.young@unh.edu
www.extension.unh.edu
The 4-H Foundation of New Hampshire’s mission is to provide New Hampshire 4-H Youth Development Programs with the financial resources necessary to help youth reach their fullest potential.



ABC Energy Savings, LLC

108 Snow Pond Rd.
Concord, NH  03301
Contact: Bob Eldredge
603-344-4540
bob@abcenergysavings.com
https://www.abcenergysavings.com
ABC Energy Savings is a qualified NHSaves contractor helping homeowners take advantage of up to $8,000 toward the cost of reducing air flow and enhancing insulation levels. Focus is to make residential homes more comfortable, energy efficient and reduce primary cause of ice dams. Average decrease of 25% energy used for heating and reduce cooling cost in the summer.


A & B Insurance Group, LLC
235 Littleton Rd. # 3
Westford, MA  01886
Contact: Richard Bourgault
978-399-0025
richard@abinsgroup.com
www.abinsgroup.com
Dedicated to offering the best farm insurance in all the New England states. We are an independent agency. Our agents have a combined 60 years of experience and are certified Agribusiness & Farming Insurance specialists. We have two office to serve you, one in Westford and one at 237C Greenfield Rd., So. Deerfield, MA.


American National Insurance Represented by Michael Bertolone
1 Fisher Ave.
Boscawen, NH  03303
Contact: Michael Bertolone
603-223-6686
mike_bertolone@american-national.com
https://www.americannational.com/wps/portal/agent?s=michaelbertolone-6135
I specialize in insurance for Agribusiness and Green Industries. I can also help provide options for a variety of insurance needs like Life, Homeowners and Auto. So, reach out to talk through your options by requesting an appointment or calling my office today.



ATTRA Sustainable Agriculture

16 Church St., #3B
Keene, NH  03431
Contact: Andy Pressman
479-587-3475
andyp@ncat.org
www.attra.ncat.org
Technical assistance, specialists in all facets of sustainable agriculture, a massive resource library, and one of the largest farm internship databases in the nation… It’s all under the umbrella of the ATTRA Sustainable Agriculture program. Since the late 80s, ATTRA has been providing information on the cutting edge of organic, sustainable, and regenerative agriculture. We have answers to all your questions about improving soil health, managing your business more profitably, starting an urban farm, planning a restorative grazing system, and more.



Bartlettyarns, Inc.

20 Water Street
PO Box 36
Harmony, ME 04942
Contact: Lindsey/Susan Rice
207-683-2251
sales@bartlettyarns.com
www.bartlettyarns.com
Since 1821 Bartlettyarns has been the source for custom natural fiber processing. Bartlettyarns spins on the woolen system and runs the last remaining spinning mule in the USA. Services include washing, carding, spinning and weaving. Our traditional program allows for an “exchange” along with a processing fee which enables customers access to over 70 colors of rovings and yarns. There is no minimum to access this program. The guaranteed program allows for a customer to receiving their own fiber back in return. No minimums on washing or carding, minimums apply for spinning and weaving. Rochester, NH drop off available.



The Big E

1305 Memorial Avenue
W. Springfield, MA  01089
Contact: Noreen Tassinari
413-205-5041
ntassinari@thebige.com
www.thebige.com
The Big E, the fifth largest fair in North America, takes place September 17-October 3. The huge multi-state fair represents all of New England and features concerts, agricultural events, exhibits, rides, shopping, a reconstructed 19th century New England village and foods from around the world. A sought-after highlight is the majestic Avenue of States, where guests can visit the six New England state buildings, each a replica of the original capitol. The New Hampshire Building, positioned at the head of this impressive boulevard, is a favorite, with crafts, innovative products, vacation information, specialty foods and so much more.



ChrisMix Candy
2 Washington Ct.
Concord, NH 03301
Contact: Christopher Gately
351-207-6532
chrismixcandy@gmail.com
www.chrismixcandy.com
We produce several varieties of sweet and salty chocolate toffee flavored with locally sourced organic extracts. We have created a layered treat with a cracker center that will not break your teeth and provides a flovor explosion in your mouth. A portion of our proceeds are donated to Friends of Forgotten Children.



Forest Safety Products
3910 Oneida St., #572
Washington Mills, NY 13479
Contact: Steve Reichenbach
800-356-5875
info@forest-safety.com
www.forest-safety.com
Providing purpose-built trauma and first aid kits for those working in the woods.  Covering everything form splinters and mild burns to traumatic hemorrhage, our kits have been tailored to the environments and individuals in need of their use. Our exclusive low-profile, belt mounted chainsaw trauma kits are manufactured in the US. All components are laid out for one handed operation under extreme stress. Access life-saving components quickly while not interfering with your cutting activities.



Frost Farm Service

53 Mason Rd.
Greenville, NH 03048
Contact: Ted Frost
603-878-2384
ted@frostfarmservice.com
www.frostfarmservice.com
Frost Farm Service has been a family business since 1955. Jack Frost, a dairy farmer, began the business by helping out his local farming community. From their first franchise, McCulloch Chainsaws, on through the wide range of farm and lawn/garden tools they sell today, the family has worked to keep up with industry changes and bring that expertise to their customers.


Governor’s Lilac and Wildflower Commission
PO Box 103
Sanbornton, NH  03269
Contact: Guy Guinta, Jr.
603-286-4844
cadillac3436@metrocast.net
The Commission has for years promoted the growth and care of lilacs and wildflowers throughout New Hampshire. The Lilac is the State Flower and the Commission needs to keep the State of New Hampshire residents and the visiting tourist aware of our beautiful shrub/flower and the beauty of wildflowers planted along our highways and throughout the state.



Granite State Ambassadors

Contact:  Kelly Bryer
603-960-0272
info@nhgsa.com
www.nhgranitestateambassadors.com
Granite State Ambassadors have been “welcoming the world to New Hampshire since 1996.” You will find our friendly and knowledgeable certified volunteers assisting guests at information centers at the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, state welcome centers, Chamber welcome centers, museums, NH State House and at events like the Farm, Forest & Garden Expo.



Granite State Dairy Promotion
25 Capitol St.
Concord, NH 03301
Contact: Amy Hall
603-271-3696
amy@nhdairypromo.org
www.nhdairypromo.org
Dairy promotion, dairy farming, dairy nutrition, dairy education.



Harmony Energy Works, Inc.

10 Gale Rd.
Hampton, NH 03842
Contact: Deb Leafe/ George Horrocks
603-926-3366/ Deb cell 603-867-1038
deb.leafe@hormonyenergyworks.com  george.horrocks@harmonyenergyworks.com
www.harmonyenergyworks.com
With almost 5MW in Solar installations, Harmony Energy Works has assisted in bringing a brighter future to renewable energy in the New England region for over twelve years. Harmony Energy Works is a licensed electrical contractor and has experience designing, installing and maintaining systems in NH, MA & ME. Our company president, George Horrocks, is an electrical engineer (BSEE) with more than 35 years’ experience and one of only a handful of NABCEP-certified Solar PV installers in the state of NH. For eligible commercial customers we provide in-house preparation of USDA REAP Grants Applications.



Keene Publishing/Northeast Equestrian Life
60 West St.
Keene, NH  03431
Contact: Brendalee Edward
603-209-6153 or 603-399-4141
brendalee@neequestrianlife.com
www.neequestrianlife.com
Life, Inspired by Horses: Welcome to Northeast Equestrian Life, an exciting magazine for New England equestrians celebrating a passion for horses while championing the equestrian lifestyle. This free publication can be picked up at over 500 locations throughout New England or can be viewed digitally on our website. With quality editorial and stunning photography, Northeast Equestrian Life showcases the lifestyle we live as New England Equestrians.



King Street Vineyards, LLC
25 King St.
Milford, NH  03055
Contact: David Emerson Quigley
603-672-7000
www.kingstreetvineyards.com
King Street Vineyards is a full fruit-based, NH state nursery (trees, bushes and vines), as well as a landscape design and build firm. We support home owners who need assistance building beautiful and sustainable properties throughout New England. Visit our website to see our gallery of projects.


Knoxland Equipment
25 Old Warner Lane
Warner, NH  03278
Contact: Michael Jones
603-746-5260
mjones@knoxland.com
www.knoxland.com
Since 1962 Knoxland Equipment has serviced NH with some of th finest farm equipment around. #1 Mahindra dealer in the northeast for past 6 years. Great selection of tractors and hay, tillage, forestry equipment and attachments. Easy to find of I-89.



The Mill Fudge Factory

2 Central St.
Bristol, NH 03222
Contact: David Munro
603-744-0405
david@themillfudgefactory.com
www.themillfudgefactory.com
We make our all-natural, artisan quality in our Bristol shop since 2006. Our fudge has won national recognition from celebrity chef, Paula Deen and MSN in national polls.


New Boston Truck & Equipment
PO Box 54/506 Mont Vernon Rd.
New Boston,NH 03070
Contact: Sue Frost/Bill Matheson
603-487-5148
sue@newbostontractor.com       bill@newbostontractor.com
www.newbostontractor.com
Your local Massey Ferguson and Yanmar full line tractor dealership; sles, service and parts. We also carry a wide array of agricultural and commercial line implements from Belmont Trailers, Johnsered, Redmax, Vermeer, Wallenstein, Woods and York Rake.



NH Agricultural Experiment Station/

UNH College of Life Sciences & Agriculture
46 College Rd., Rudman Hall
Durham, NH  03824
Contact: Lori Tyler Gula
603-862-1452
lori.gula@unh.edu
https://colsa.unh.edu/nhaes/
The New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station has been an elemental component of New Hampshire’s land-grant university heritage and mission since 1887. The experiment station provides unbiased and objective research on sustainable agriculture and foods, horticulture, forest management and related wildlife, the environment, natural resources, and quality of life topics. Station scientists manage more than 50 research projects at any one time, partner with state and regional farmers, growers, and producers, and collaborate with leading scientists worldwide.



New Hampshire Dept. of Agriculture, Markets & Food
PO Box 2042/25 Capitol St.
Concord, NH 03301
Contact: Gail McWilliam Jellie
603-271-3551
gail.d.mcwilliam.jellie@agr.nh.gov
www.agriculture.nh.gov
The mission of the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food is to support and promote agriculture and serve consumers and business for the benefit of the public health, environment and economy.



NH Farm Bureau Federation

295 Sheep Davis Rd.
Concord, NH 03301
Contact: Josh Marshall
603-224-1934
editor@nhfarmbureau.org
www.nhfarmbureau.org
NH Farm Bureau (NHFB) is a membership organization dedicated to advocating for and educating the public about agriculture. NHFB consists of more than 3,000 families, who comprise our ten county Farm Bureaus.   Our “grassroots” organization provides access through our county Farm Bureaus to establish state and national policies that affect our farmers and landowners. Members can also take advantage of our many great member benefits. Anyone can join NHFB and support our NH farming community.
Visit nhfarmbureau.org for more information and to join today!



NH Farm to Restaurant Connection

59 Noyes Rd
Tilton, NH 03276
Contact: Keith Sarasin
603-913-9854
info@nhfarmtorestaurant.com
http://www.nhfarmtorestaurant.com/ 
To expedite the sale of NH locally grown and made products to restaurants and food-service providers, provide a direct source of local foods to the public and a viable means of strengthening agriculture in NH; to help educate the public about the vital role the farm plays in preserving our rural heritage and open spaces, sustaining the environment, and providing strong local food security.


New Hampshire Division of Forests and Lands
172 Pembroke Rd.
Concord, NH 03301
Contact: AJ Dupere
603-431-6774
a.j.dupere@dncr.nh.gov
www.nh.gov/nhdfl
As stewards of the NH forests and related resources, the Division of Forests and Lands protects and promotes the values provided by trees, forests and natural communities. Our mission is accomplished through responsible management of the State’s forested resources by providing natural resources information and education to the public and through the protection of these resources for the continuing benefit of the State’s citizens, visitors and forest industry.


NH Farm to School
107 Nesmith Hall
131 Main St.
Durham, NH  03824
Contact: Stacy Purslow
603-862-2542
stacey.purslow@unh.edu
www.nhfarmtoschool.org
The NHFTS Program serves as a facilitator engaging farmers, distributors, food service directors, teachers, health educators and administrators in adopting farm to school practices. Current programs and resources include NH Harvest of the Month, Indigenous Harvest Calendar, NH School and Youth Garden network, Farm to School Month, Fall 2021 state conference, virtual and remote learning toolkit and more. Visit the website for more information.



NH Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.
PO Box 576
Atkinson, NH  03811
Contact: Susan Miner
president@nhfgc.org
www.nhfgc.org
NHFGC’s Mission is to provide education, resources and statewide networking opportunities for its members to promote the love of gardening, floral design, civic beautification and environmental responsibility. The New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. is a member of National Garden Clubs, Inc. (NGC) and New England Garden Clubs, Inc. (NEGC). www.facebook.com/NHFederationofGardenClubs




NH Maple Producers Association, Inc.

130 Candia Rd.
Chester, NH  03036
Contact: Sue Folsom
603-370-0955
info@nhmapleproducers.com
www.nhmapleproducers.com
The NH Maple Producers Association (NHMPA) is a non-profit trade association dedicated to promoting the high quality of New Hampshire’s maple sugaring tradition.



NH Timberland Owners Association
54 Portsmouth St.
Concord,  NH 03301
Contact: Deb Park
603-224-9699
info@nhtoa.org
www.nhtoa.org
The NHTOA is a non-profit statewide coalition of landowners, forest industry professionals, government officials and supporters who work together to promote better forest management, conserve our working forests and ensure a strong forest products industry.  We strive to conserve New Hampshire’s working forests for future generations through public and industry education, legislative advocacy, outreach and cooperation within the forest community.


NH Trappers Association
PO Box 2883 (18 Loudon Rd.)
Concord, NH 03302
Contact: Ron Morin
admin@nhtrappers.com
www.nhtrappers.com
Since 1953 the NHTA has promoted wise use and conservation of fur-bearing wildlife and their habitat.


Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire (NOFA-NH)
84 Silk Farm Rd.
Concord, NH  03301
Contact: Nikki Kolb
603-224-5022
info@nofanh.org
www.nofanh.org
NOFA-NH is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to building a community of farmers, gardeners, homesteaders, land care professionals, educators, environmentalists, food activists, and educated consumers to help support NH’s local organic farming community. We actively promote regenerative, ecologically-sound gardening, farming and land care practices for healthy communities to help people build local, sustainable, healthy food systems. Our programs include: Winter Conference, Organic Gardening Series, CRAFT peer-to-peer training for farmers, film screenings, panel discussions, a subsidized CSA, and more.


Poulin Grain
24 railroad Square
Newport, VT  05855
Contact: Dahlia Dill
800-334-6731
ddill@poulingrain.com
www.poulingrain.com
Founded in 1932, Poulin Grain is a feed an nutrition company offering a complete line of equine, livestock and pet foods, formulated to meet the unique demands of the Northeast while utilizing the latest cutting edge technology and industry leading research. Offering on-farm services to look more closely at nutritional strategies, management practices and other data to achieve peak performance and health.


Society for the Protection of NH Forests
54 Portsmouth St.
Concord, NH  03301-5400
Contact: Dave Anderson
603-224-9945
danderson@forestsociety.org
www.forestsociety.org


Somero Maple farm
21 Poor Farm Rd
New Ipswich, NH 03071
Contact: Reuben Somero
603-562-0822
someromaplefarm@gmail.com
www.someromaplefarm.com
Distributor for H2O Innovation maple syrup equipment. For years wehave connected maple farmers with the equipment they need. Let us help you, regardless of the size of your operation.



USDA Farm Service Agency

James C Cleveland Federal Building
55 Pleasant St, Rm 1601
Concord, NH 03301
Contact: Melinda Marston
603-224-7941
melinda.marston@usda.gov
https://www.fsa.usda.gov
USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) provides a financial safety net to America’s farmers and ranchers, while at the same time protecting resources, and enhancing food security. FSA also provides financial assistance to producers through disaster programs, conservation programs, commodity programs, price support programs and farm loans.



UNH-CE Big Tree Map
Contact: Mary Tebo
mary.tebo@unh.edu
https://unhcoopext.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Shortlist/index.html?appid=bc24f6238db1475e9d6bc3ef2d061c0f
The NH Big Tree Volunteer Program measures and records the largest trees in the state. A map of some of NH’s champion trees is available to the public. It contains information on Champion tree locations across the state as well as their status (i.e. the Hillsborough County champion white oak at Yudicky Farm Conservation area in Nashua, and the Strafford County champion black gum located along a forest trail in Barrington). The map includes photos with accompanying statistics for each tree and how you can get involved. Happy hunting!

UNH-CE NH Community Gardens Map
Contact: Mary Tebo
mary.tebo@unh.edu
http://bit.ly/nhcommunitygardenmap
The NH Community Garden Network and Map connects people to community gardens throughout New Hampshire. It includes community gardens where people can grow their own food, and production gardens where food is grown to be donated to others. The Network provides details about each garden including its amenities, who to contact to get growing, and volunteer and donation opportunities that are always needed especially in these challenging times.

UNH-CE Natural Resources Stewards Program
Contact: Mary Tebo/Rebecca Dube
mary.tebo@unh.edu  rebecca.dube@unh.edu
https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/0a1f87efe4344cbeac77a2ea4374efc8
The Natural Resources Steward program offers a comprehensive training and volunteer support network for people who want to learn, explore and share the nature of New Hampshire. It begins with an interactive outdoor class that brings people together to explore NH’s ecosystems – how trees, plants, soil, fungi, water, wildlife, and even humans are interconnected, and how we can reduce our impact and restore and protect the nature we are a part of. Learn more through our story map and apply for our September 2021 program.


Visit New Hampshire
Division of Travel & tourism Development
100 N. Main St., Suite 100
Concord, NH  03301
www.visitnh.gov
Cure your cabin fever and escape to New Hampshire. Fresh air, open spaces and winter wonderlands await you. With so much to do, see and discover…
there’s always a new reason to visit. Visit our website at VisitNH.gov to view or order a vacation guide and Know Before Your Go information.



Wellscroft Fence Systems, LLC
167 Sunset Hill Rd.
Harrisville, NH  03450
Contact: David Kennard
603-827-3464
info@wellscroft.com
www.wellscroft.com
Wellscroft is New England’s agricultural fence experts, specializing incontainment of livestock, protection of crops from predators and wildlife, trellising systems for fruits and vegetables and support infrastructure for maple lines. We design systems to meet client’s unique situations.


Wolf Rock Construction
932 Fitchburg Rd.
Greenville, NH  03048
Contact: Ken Spacht
603-801-9305
ken.spacht@gmail.com
www.wolfrockconstruction.com
Wolf Rock Construction is a full service construction company based in Southern NH, specializing in custom homes, barns, garages and storage buildings. We travel all over the state for projects of all sizes. We are your go to from concept to completion with quality and craftsmanship that is second to none.


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