CSA Day Event This Friday

Ok gang,

Big event this Friday!

Wayfarer Coffee in downtown Laconia, is hosting a #CSA Day event. We will be there and a couple more farms. Come see what we have for CSA Shares. Below is listed Wayfarer’s Facebook page event go check it out.


We can’t wait for Friday!

We’ll be joined by our friends from Winnipesaukee Woods Farm // Picnic Rock Farms // & Stone Labyrinth Farm

Come check it out, learn what each CSA offers, learn where your food comes from and sign up for a CSA share!


Sorry Correction

Hi gang,

I have posted the wrong CSA Brochure, I guess I need to do better proof reading and check how I save things on the computer. If you have sent your in already we will do any correction need to make it right.






Look what came in the mail, a box of peeps. Thanks to Murray McMurray  www.mcmurrayhatchery.com/. The top half (yellow puffball, Cornish Game Hens.) are our meat birds in 5-6 weeks they will be ready for Freezer Camp. The bottom half (reddish puffballs, NH Reds) are our new egg layering flock.  16 weeks we should be getting eggs.
And as you notice there is and odd fellow in the box, it is our free rare bird, we don’t know what it is. If the Chicken is Fanciful it becomes lawn candy otherwise it is off to freezer camp.

You might have noticed that there is not a lot of meat birds (24) There is a couple reason for that:
1.Less birds mean more space for the birds.
2.More space means less stress on the birds.
3.Less stress means happy and health birds.
4.Fresher chicken for you, this means  I rotate through my inventory quickly and refill with new inventory.
5.When it is time for freezer camp, an easier day for me. 🙂


National CSA Day Press Release



Stone Labyrinth Farm
Glenn Crawford & Kerry Herward
70 Bishop Road, Belmont NH


CSA Day Offers Second Chance for New Year’s Resolutions

Celebrate Community-Supported Agriculture on Feb. 24 with Stone Labyrinth Farm

Belmont, NH January 30, 2017 – Are your New Year’s resolutions already in the rear view mirror? If so, you’re not alone, but you still have time to make good on those resolutions. Stone Labyrinth Farm is pleased to join other farms from around the country for the third annual CSA Day on February 24, when you can join other like-minded people around the country who are committed to:

  • eating healthful foods and preparing them for their families;
  • supporting their local farmer;
  • being kind to our planet;
  • learning something new; and
  • being adventurous in the kitchen.

CSA (community-supported agriculture) is a subscription to a season’s worth of sustainable, locally grown produce that is distributed to members throughout the harvesting season. It is a form of investment that allows small farmers to continue growing on a scale that may not be sustainable without the CSA model. CSA members enjoy the quality of fresh fruits and vegetables for their family, while supporting their local farmer.

According to Small Farm Central’s CSA Farming Annual Report, the most popular time to join a CSA each year is at the end of February. To promote this important time for farmers, CSA Day was coined, and each year it falls on the last Friday in February. It’s an entire day dedicated to the celebration of community-supported agriculture, and CSA farmers enjoy an influx of sign-ups from members, which gives them revenue when they need it most for the growing season.

Getting food from a CSA is different from going to a farmers market or using a grocery delivery service. As a CSA member, you make a seasonal commitment to a small farmer in your area, and the produce is either delivered to your door or you pick it up at a local distribution center. CSA members take pleasure in knowing where and how their food is grown, and typically have an open line of communication with their farmer.

“Community-supported agriculture is all about relationships and feeding families,” said Simon Huntley, CEO of Small Farm Central, a company that provides marketing support for small farms and started CSA Day. “CSA farmers typically teach members what’s in season throughout the year, and help them appreciate and cook food to which they may not otherwise be exposed.”

How to Get Involved with CSA Day

If you would like to celebrate CSA Day and support Stone Labyrinth Farm sign up for a share on February 24, and use the hashtag #CSAday to join the online conversation. You can also sign up here to stay up to date on news and updates about CSA Day.

“Sign-up is easy,” says Glenn. “To learn more and to join us for the 2017 season, you can reach us at: stonelabyrinthfarm@gmail.com, check out our website http://www.stonelabyrinthfarm.com or by phone: 603-998-7133 and payment can be done by Cash, Check or Credit/debit Card.”

About Small Farm Central and CSA Day
In 2006, Simon Huntley combined his passion for helping small farmers and his experience in technology to found Small Farm Central. The organization serves the technology needs of small business farmers, including websites, eCommerce, CSA member management and marketing tools. Small Farm Central coined CSA Day in February 2015 to celebrate local agriculture among CSA members and farmers. Small Farm Central has worked with more than 1,000 farms across the U.S. and Canada. For more information, please visit www.smallfarmcentral.com and www.csaday.info.


Glenn & Kerry

Connecting to the Earth: We live here, therefore it is our responsibility as well as our pleasure to be good stewards to the land. Treat it with respect and the land gives us gifts beyond measure. Abuse it and it shrivels and dies. We revel each day in the incalculable miracles around us. From the small chick hatching, to the majestic maples, we are grateful for the bounty the land provides. Taste: There is a clear superiority in natural, locally grown foods! Try it and see.