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Poverty Lane Orchards

Nov/Dec 2015


Poverty Lane Orchards
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Steve Wood and Louisa Spencer operate two businesses on their land in west-central New Hampshire: Poverty Lane Orchards, where they grow dozens of antique and unusual apple varieties, and Farnum Hill Ciders, where they make complex ciders from the aforementioned apples. Both are worth exploring for their nuance and quality. 98 Poverty Lane, Lebanon, NH. 603-448-1511;

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