- A 4-day long outdoor farm and music festival.
When: May 24-27, 2013
Where: 92 Forehand Road, Croydon, NH 03773
Cost: $25 for the full festival, including camping;
$10 per day
Our famous Bardo pig roast is included with admission!
Kids under 12 FREE!
Croydon residents FREE!
Consider being a Bardo Farm Fest Benefactor
For more information and to register, click here.
- The fourth annual Bardo Farm Festival is just a couple months away and we've been brainstorming a way to get the best combination of low entry price, high quality entertainment and education, and community involvement.
We think we've found that with the Bardo Benefactor program!
We're looking for individuals who are willing to donate $100 towards putting on Bardo Farm Festival 2013. Your donation will enable us to keep the entry price down; provide high quality speakers, performers and entertainers; spend more attention on tours, workshops and clinics; search out more food, farm and craft vendors; and perform capital improvements to the festival grounds!
Bardo Benefactors may be thanked on stage and in the festival's program, or if you prefer your contribution may remain anonymous. Benefactors will also receive two tickets to Bardo Fest 2013. And, of course, benefactors will be able to take pride in, and receive our undying gratitude for, being part of the BEST Bardo Farm Festival yet!
And we already have the support of three individuals!
Please send us an email (email@example.com), visit this page, or leave a comment if you are interested in becoming a Bardo Benefactor!
- Our very own Jody Underwood will be speaking at the Free State Project's 6th Annual New Hampshire Liberty Forum!
What is the NH Liberty Forum?
Now in its 6th year, Liberty Forum is New Hampshire's premier liberty-oriented conference. It has developed a reputation for drawing together people of diverse backgrounds from across the Northeast and beyond for the purpose of discussing strategies to reduce government interference in our lives and build a better society through business, the arts, volunteer work, etc.
It is also an opportunity to introduce attendees to New Hampshire and give them a taste of the many benefits of socializing, networking, and organizing with a large group of like-minded people!
This year's Liberty Forum has attracted a stellar group of speakers and special guests from around the country! Friday's keynote speaker will be Jack Spirko, host of 'The Survival Podcast', which teaches self-sufficiency skills as a means to achieving individual liberty. Saturday's keynote speaker will be Austrian economist Tom Woods! A graduate of Harvard and Columbia University, Dr. Woods has authored 11 books and is a senior-fellow with the Ludwig Von Mises Institute.
But back to Jody! Her speech is entitled "Bardo Farm: Freedom, Self-Sufficiency, Sustainability" (Friday @ 3:30) and will focus on our farming and forestry habits, her personal experiences moving from the Big City to a small, rural town, and some of the ridiculous rules, laws and regulations that stifle small farmers. Earlier on the same day (1pm) she will also be participating in a panel titled "Town Level Government" (Jody is the chair of Croydon's school board). The panel will likely focus on experiences running for and serving in local government, both good and bad, successful and not-so successful campaign strategies, and will likely include a Q&A session.
So if you're planning to attend this year's NH Liberty Forum be sure to pop in for her speech and say hello!
- Welcome to our new BardoProject.com site. We're still under construction but wanted to get information about Liberty Forum out to you now.
We expect the site to be full ready, including a new BardoFarm.com site, in the next couple of weeks. It will steadily get filled in. Come visit often!