CRICKET HILL FARM: A CREATIVE LEGACY
Set in the woods of Southern New Hampshire, Cricket Hill Farm is on 13 rolling acres with old-growth trees and abundant wildlife. Built in 1723, the rustic structures at Cricket Hill are now artisan-crafted spaces for working, thinking, gathering and living.
SUPPORTING THE CRAFT
Beth Hoppe serves on the board of the World Congress of Science and Factual Producers, and frequently participates on panels at RealScreen, IDA, The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, and the New York Television Festival. Beth has served as a jury member for the Japan Prize, and has been a judge of the News and Documentary Emmy Awards. She has also served on National Science Foundation grant review panels, and has privately reviewed grants for other organizations, including the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
PLEASED TO BE A LEAD SPONSER OF THE WORD BARN
The Word Barn is about sharing and cultivation of the arts in an open and welcoming venue. Friendly and rustic, The Word Barn hosts music events, workshops, and educational programs. To learn more, click here.