Kearsarge Food Hub is a nonprofit, grassroots organization dedicated to reinvigorating the Kearsarge and surrounding community around a restorative food system. We envision a resilient and connected community where everyone has access to healthy local food, where farmers are supported and the land is nourished and celebrated, and where every neighbor experiences equal access to the resources and benefits of community.
We are a multi-faceted organization with many programs that serve our mission. Sweet Beet Market is our year-round, indoor local food market, complete with fresh local produce, meat, dairy, eggs, thoughtfully sourced groceries and home goods, plus fresh baked goods from our own on-site bakery. Sweet Beet Farm is where we grow food with regenerative, sustainable farming practices. Sweet Beet Kitchen is where experiment with sourdough baking, while also exploring making use of farm abundance and limiting waste.
Our food security programs support local food pantries, school backpack programs, and home gardeners. Our educational programs support learners from first grade through college level. Our aggregation and distribution infrastructure supports local farmers and producers.
Our commitment to serving the community is the driving factor for all that we do. You can support us by making a donation to our nonprofit, shopping at Sweet Beet Market, or volunteering with us.
From Warner/I89, head West on 103 for about 10 mins into Bradford, turn left at the 2nd light. From Sunapee, head East on 103 into Bradford, left at 1st light, down 1/4 mile on the left.
Resources for Small Businesses
2/4/2020 - The Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting - Virtual this year!
Lake Sunapee Region Chamber Book Club - Coming Soon!
The LSRCC was able to partner up with our regional chamber neighbors in a partnership program with the State of NH. We were able to bring in around $275K to our region.
The programs we created had a focus on COVID recovery for businesses & communities as well as elements of travel & tourism for our region.