Monthly Archives: March 2008

SOLE Food in The Wire

Great coverage of the SOLE Food Series collaboration between Kittery Adult Education, Slow Food Seacoast, Seacoast Eat Local, Yellow House and Lasting Legacy Farms, Andy’s Greens, McIntosh Atlantic Culinary Academy, UNH, and others to host a series of learning conversations about good food. Thanks to The Wire!

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Sustainable Seafood in April

Two upcoming events should help us get to know the deal about local seafood a bit better. On Wednesday, April 2, join Erika Zollett for a discussion on understanding fisheries and choosing fish from healthy, sustainable sources. This is part of the SOLE Food Series at Kittery Adult Education. From farmed salmon to fresh flounder, imported tilapia to native Maine

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Job with Slow Food Nation

Slow Food Nation is hiring an Agrarian Participatory Arts Coordinator DUTIES:The Agrarian Arts position is focused on building a new program within Slow Food Nation by engaging ethnic communities, nonprofits and folklore organizations in celebrating and preserving our agricultural traditions. The Agrarian Participatory Arts Coordinator will develop a strategy that best meet the needs of the program and will work

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Growing Support for CSAs!

Saturday’s CSA Fair was a success by any measure. 10 farms showed up to present their programs, and 150 people came to learn about new ways of supporting local agriculture and buying meats, eggs, cheeses, and produce. Slow Food Seacoast member Andy G. did a beautiful job coordinating the event, and volunteers Amy, Erin, Kate, and Jeff kept everything running

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