Monthly Archives: September 2007

Blueberry School

Blueberries: From Planting To Harvest & Processing: What Can Go wrong? UNH Cooperative Extension will be presenting a workshop on Monday, October 29, 2007 evening from 5:30 to 9:00 on Blueberries: From Planting To Harvest & Processing. Topics to be covered are: site and plant selection, management, prevention and control of diseases, insects and birds; organic and alternative control options;

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Year of the Goat Night

Karl Schatz of SF Portland writes: I wanted to let everyone know that Margaret and I will be taking part in the Food Journey series at Frontier Cinema & Cafe in Brunswick next Tuesday, Oct. 2. Margaret will be reading from her book, The Year of the Goat: 40,000 Miles and the Quest for the Perfect Cheese. We’ll be screening

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Peak Soil

Slow Food Portland alerts us to this event tomorrow: Roger Doiron of Kitchen Gardeners International to Speak at Frontier Café Tuesday, September 25th at 7pm Gardening and local foods advocate, Roger Doiron, will speak at Frontier Café on September 25th at 7pm. His multimedia presentation, Dig In: Enjoying Peak Flavors and Peak Health in a Time of Peak Oil and

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Chicken?

S.O.S.: Save The Chickens! Trouble In The Barnyard A program of Kittery Adult Education Come learn all about chickens from Joe Marquette, Italian teacher/ poultry farmer, and Barnyard historian and entrepreneur! You will learn about the variety of breeds of poultry (endangered and common), their ancient history and characteristics, the “slow food” movement, the American Livestock Breeds Conservation group (ALBC)

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Dover Digs

Slow Food Seacoast received this notice recently: “A few citizens of Dover are in the beginning stages of creating a community vegetable garden. We are having an organizational meeting on Wednesday, September 26th. All are welcome to participate and we are asking for help in spreading the word. ———————————————————————————————————————————– Greetings Local Food Advocates, The City of Dover has granted the

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