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About the Farm
Barker’s Farm and the land it sits on were purchased in 1917 by Willard Barker. He and his wife farmed a small part of the land and lived off the animals and produce they raised. In 1965, Warren, the grandson of Willard, and his wife Grace took over the farm and cleared more of the land for farming. They built a small farm stand and primarily operated the farm as a truck farm, growing produce and bringing it to Portsmouth by truck to sell.
Stratham Hill Park has several miles of networked trails that cross over onto Barker’s Farm. Barker Trail is 0.67 miles and cuts between two points on the Perimeter Trail. A link to the website for Stratham, NH provides more information on the park and its trails.
In the News
Preserving the Barker Farm a positive step for Stratham - Mar 21, 2017
Barker’s Farm honored for going the extra mile - Jan 26, 2016
A Portrait of Barker's - May 12, 2016
In January 2016 Barker's received a New Hampshire Farm of Distinction award. Read more about the award.
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