Membership Levels

Founders Level

$1,500.00 (per person)

  • Private lunch with Colin Cabot
  • Includes: SMF Tour, Lunch
  • Farm to table dinner (Fall)
  • Discounts on logo merchandise
  • Demonstration days
  • Tour the gardens – open weekly
  • Photography days
  • Weekend Tours

Farm to Table Level

$300.00 (per person)

  • Farm to table dinner (Fall)
  • SMF Tour, dinner
  • Discounts on logo merchandise
  • Demonstration days
  • Tour the gardens – open weekly
  • Photography days
  • Weekend Tours

Family Level

$100.00 (includes immediate family)

  • Neighbors Day / Craft Day
  • Discounts on logo merchandise
  • Demonstration days
  • Tour the gardens – open weekly
  • Weekend Tours

Individual Level

$60.00

  • Neighbors Day / Craft Day
  • Discounts on logo merchandise
  • Demonstration days
  • Tour the gardens – open weekly
  • Weekend Tours

Craft Level

$40.00 (for makers, artists and teachers – membership in NH League of Craftsmen, NH Guild of Woodworkers, or listing in NH Traditional Arts & Folklife Listing qualifies)

  • Neighbors Day / Craft Day
  • Discounts on logo merchandise
  • Invitation(s) to demonstration days
  • Tour the gardens – open weekly
  • Weekend Tours

 

Benefit Descriptions

  • Discounts on logo merchandise – Members receive up to 20% discounts on hats, t-shirts, stationery, and other items for sale in the Sanborn Mills Farm shop and on the website.
  • Demonstration Days – Come to the Farm on scheduled days to see the Farm’s water-powered sawmill or water-powered grist mill in operation. Or join the Farm Manager for farming activities, or watch our farming staff drive our oxen team for logging and farming.
  • Tour the Gardens – On Wednesdays throughout the summer, join our Garden Manager for walks in the Farm’s extensive decorative and vegetable gardens. Our garden staff will be happy to answer questions about the gardening techniques used at the Farm. Bring the kids or the grandchildren to see the Alpine Garden, the Teaching Garden, and much more.
  • Photography Days – Our Communications Director will lead photographers on a tour of scenic locations at the Farm and suggest ways to best capture the Farm’s unique combination of traditional and historic New England farming and milling structures and the Farm’s beautiful natural environment.
  • Neighbors/Craft Day – Come to the Farm to learn a variety of crafts and skills in a round-robin format. Learn how to properly sharpen an ax, prepare flax, make hand-dipped beeswax candles, swing a scythe, make root beer, and trim goat and sheep hooves. Sure, you can watch YouTube videos, but why do that when you can come to the Farm for hands-on learning? Stick around for some neighborly chat and a square dance.

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