Who We Are

Plowshare Farm is an attempt to be responsive to the social, human, spiritual and ecological challenges of our times by creating a truly inclusive environment where every person and every aspect of the natural world can be learned from and valued.

We are a small, thriving community in southern New Hampshire where lives are shared, where nourishing the land in turn nourishes the individual who is tending that land, and where animal care creates the potential for people who are usually the care receivers to become the care givers. The pace of life is slower to be all inclusive, and people with a wide range of abilities and capabilities find meaningful work and self-respect here.

As an anthroposophic lifesharing community affiliated with the worldwide Camphill Movement, we enjoy a vibrant spiritual life, along with a close connection with the Christian Community in New England.


When Big Hearts Meet Good Works… Great Things Happen!

Patty and David Blake of Francestown recently made a major gift to Plowshare Farm to support our purchase of an electric transport vehicle to assist community members with increasing mobility challenges to get around on the farm. Patty is Senior Market Manager – VP for People’s United Bank’s western NH region, and David recently retired from running his own company. They agreed to sit for an interview and share more about themselves and what struck them in a recent visit to Plowshare.

Current Openings

Do you wish for an integrated lifestyle for yourself (and your family) that values the human being, the earth, the home, practical arts, Waldorf education and the insights gained through Anthroposophy? Have you considered lifesharing?

At this apex in our growth, we have opportunities that include:

Lifesharing Coworker

Camphill Academy Fellow

Volunteer Service Year

For more information, email service@plowsharefarm.org or call (603) 547-2547.

Click here to fill out an application!

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