The garden began in 1996 as an idea of the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners in Rockingham County. In subsequent years, the group obtained 10 acres (40,000 m2) of county land, formed a nonprofit organization, and developed the garden.
This land has been turned back over to Rockingham County. Currently the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteers in Rockingham County are working with schools to create youth gardens. 
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