We Want You…as a Local Food Advocate!

Love local, fresh, good, clean, fair food? Then you might want to become a Local Food Advocate. By participating in this brand-new program, you can be a member of a trained corps of volunteers, helping local food groups talk to the public about sustainable food this summer at the Seacoast Growers Association (SGA) Farmer’s Markets, public fairs and festivals, and

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Become a Master …

… of food preservation! Applications are now being accepted for the 2009 UMaine Cooperative Extension Master Food Preserver training. To obtain a Master Food Preserver training applications, contact Lois Elwell at lelwell@umext.maine.edu or 1-800-287-1471. The deadline for applications for the 2009 Master Food Preserver training is May 1, 2009.

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CSA Shares Still Available!

Seacoast Eat Local has their ear to the ground this spring, listening for CSA shares that are still unclaimed. Thanks to them we have this information to share: Looking for a smart way to get your veggies this year? Connect directly with a local farm through a CSA share. The following farms still have plenty of shares available: Heron Pond

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Earth Day Service at South Church, Portsmouth

Earth Day service with sermon by John Carroll, professor of natural resources at UNH, on “The Soul of Agriculture.” Followed by a community forum led by Professor John Carroll on his book Pastures of Plenty, the Future of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Conservation in New England, at South Church, Portsmouth. Information: Judy Miller, judymil@comcast.net, 603-433-8572 Sunday, April 26 Service at

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Celebrate Earth Day with…Clay Hill Unplugged!

Slow Food Seacoast is very excited to be working with a new partner, Clay Hill Farm in Ogunquit, ME – you may know them for the Green Wedding Giveaway contest that was won by friend and frequent partner of Slow Food Seacoast, Jonathan Blakeslee and Joelle Guerard of White Heron Tea! Clay Hill Farm is taking steps into the sustainability

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