Cornucopia adds two to board of trustees

Published: 3/3/2020 6:33:54 PM


The Cornucopia Project has announced the addition of two new members to its Board of Trustees.

Paul Tuller moved to Dublin in 1983 from Connecticut, where his family has farmed the same land since 1768. He has a B.S. in Agriculture from Cornell University and loves growing vegetables in his own garden. He has served on the board of a number of nonprofit organizations including Monadnock Art, The Dublin Historical Society, Art for Water and The Dublin Community Center. Tuller is a woodworker by trade but a farmer at heart and is committed to the Cornucopia mission of helping kids learn about growing food.

Sharman Howe, of Marlborough, spent every summer on her family farm in Marlborough and was thrilled to finally move to New Hampshire full time in 2011. She is a Family Nurse Practitioner and loves how Cornucopia offers education for children that helps establish life-long healthy nutritional habits. Howe is very happy playing in her vegetable garden as well as finding new and interesting ways to cook up her produce throughout the year. She loves the Monadnock region, its commitment to community, and the creativity used in building an enriched environment. She is also on the board of Monadnock Family Services.


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