This Lawn is Your Lawn…

Roger D. of Portland Slow Food and Kitchen Gardeners International is helping launch a campaign to urge our next President to plant a food garden on the White House lawn. You may have read about this in Ellen Goodman’s syndicated column – check it out at the Eat the View website (hint: Scroll down!) Roger is inviting others to get

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Family Day on the Farm

Marge from Dragonfly Cove Farm in Dresden, ME, writes “We are part of a goat meat marketing collaborative called Thyme for Goat, and also host a Family Day on the Farm for families that want to spend a day working on a small diverse farm and learning about where food comes from and how it happens. Limited to one family

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Manchester Community Market

The Franco-American Centre Announces Manchester Community Market The Franco-American Centre announces the first indoor market in Manchester. The market will have local farmers, artists and non-profits selling their New Hampshire made products and promoting their organizations. The market will be open to the community the 2nd Saturday of the month beginning in August. This first of its kind market will

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Fossil Fuel-Free Special from McClary Hill Farm!

We recently received not one but two generous offers in the note below from Dave at McClary Hill Farm. Consider signing up for their mailing list – their “Fresh From the Farm” emails give timely updates about what’s available, and some entertaining glimpses into farm life, as well. The “Fuel-for-Food” program has gotten some notice in the Concord Monitor. “Hi.

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NH Eat Local Week, August 3-9!

August 3-9 has been declared NH Eat Local Week – look, there’s even a proclamation from the Governor – and we’re all getting ready. Thanks to Sara Zoe of Seacoast Eat Local for leading the charge in our area, and for compiling the following Eat Local roundup. Here are some of the goings on that we know about thus far

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