Monthly Archives: November 2009

Holiday Goodness at Winter Farmers Market Dec 5

From Seacoast Eat Local: Fresh salad greens, spinach, and lettuce … carrots, parsnips, onions, and potatoes … locally raised meats, locally caught fish, locally made jams, jellies, breads, and teas  … New Hampshire grown Christmas trees, wreaths, poinsettias, and kissing balls — these are just some of the products that will be for sale this Saturday, December 5th from 10am-2pm

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Public Forum on Dairy Initiative, Dec 8

Senator Deb Reynolds, chair of the Milk Producers Emergency Relief Fund (MPERF) Board, invites legislators, farmers, conservationists and consumers to a public informational forum on the Keep Local Farms initiative. The forum will be held in Representatives Hall of the State House in Concord on Tuesday, December 8 at 10:00 am. Keep Local Farms is a new voluntary program that

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Thanksgiving

Slow Food comes closer to home  with ~50-MILE THANKSGIVING ~ Featuring a public talk by Novella Carpenter, author of Farm City. Saturday, November 14, 2009 This year, Slow Food Seacoast’s popular Thanksgiving event comes closer to home. This update to the  “100-Mile Thanksgiving” of past years reflects our community’s progress in developing more of our own local food resources. In

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Sustainable Portsmouth

Sustainable Portsmouth Initiative is opening a “visioning dialog” to everyone who lives, works or plays in Portsmouth and the Seacoast. The results of citizen input will be the basis for an economic, environmental and community sustainability plan to guide Portsmouth’s future. The City Council asked for this to be done, and here is your opportunity to be part of the solution! There is a

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