Muster Field Farm is associated with several organizations important to the museum's successful operation. We've listed these as well as other links that might be of interest:
Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway Coalition
Historic New England
The Matthew Harvey Homestead is under a society easement which gives legal protection in perpetuity against any alterations or activities which would adversely affect the appearance or worksmanship of the building.
Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests
Approximately 200 acres of woods at Muster Field are under an easement from the Forest Society, precluding any development and allowing for sustainable forestry.
SPNHF, 54 Portsmouth Street, Concord, NH 03301 | (603) 224-9945
New Hampshire Historical Society
The NHHS is an independent, nonprofit organization which receives no operating support from the State of New Hampshire. As it has since its founding in 1823, the Society relies its membership for all funding.
The Tuck Library, 30 Park Street, Concord, NH 03301-6394 | ( 603) 225-3381 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.nhhistory.org
Sutton Historical Society
Muster Field is listed as one of the Society's historical cornerstones of the town of Sutton.
PO Box 85, Sutton, NH 03260
New Hampshire Farm Museum
Visitors observe actual farm life skills and practices of the 1890s, with guided tours of the Jones Farmhouse, self-guided tour of the Jones Barn filled with farming tools and implements, active blacksmith shop and display cobbler shop, farm animals, 50 acres of land to explore, special events and programs related to agricultural activity. Closed during winter.
1305 White Mountain Hwy (Route 125), PO Box 644, Milton, NH 03851
Stonewall Farm Working Farm and Educational Center
A working New England farm and non-profit education center, dedicated to promoting the importance of local agriculture and the stewardship of natural resources.Lots of activities for families and kids, including school programs and summer camp Check their website for full listing of educational programs and special events.
Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum
Non-profit museum dedicated to increasing public awareness of American American traditions, philosophy, and art. Through exhibits and programs, the Museum seeks to teach and inspire an understanding of the natural world and of resource conservation and land stewardship as developed by native people over thousands of years. Open May 1 through October 31, seven days a week.
Kearsarge Mountain Road, Warner, NH 03278 | www.indianmuseum.com
One of New England's finest examples of an early 20th-century summer estate. Stroll the length of the 100-foot Perennial Border, discover the Old Garden, hidden behind masses of rhododendron, and admire the view of Lake Sunapee from the formal Rose Terrace and hillside rock garden where a brook trickles to a Japanese water lily pool. The 22-room Colonial Revival mansion is open seasonally for historic guided tours and the nature and hiking trails are open year-round, dawn to dusk.