Greens Cooking Class & Potluck in Exeter, Sunday, 6/06

We had such a great time at the Blue Moon Market & Café (8 Clifford St., Exeter, NH) last spring that we are happy to be heading there once again. This year, participants can sign up for a special cooking class (preregistration and fee required) before the potluck. The potluck will feature dishes prepared during the class, and the meeting

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Wine Grapes Workshop, 4/15

Via the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, Rockingham County: WHAT: Wine Grapes: Growing and Pest Management. Topics to be discussed in this FREE workshop are pruning, disease prevention, insect and wildlife management.  Speakers are from the UNH Cooperative Extension: Cheryl Smith Extension, Plant Health Specialist Becky Sideman, Sustainable Horticulture Specialist Bill Lord, Fruit Specialist Emeritus Nada Haddad, Agriculture Extension

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Cooking Class

Cook Your Greens and Eat Them, Too! Note: This special fundraising event for Slow Food Seacoast will precede an open-to-all greens-themed potluck dinner at 5:30 pm (see Potluck Dinners on the Events page) and a meeting at 6:30 pm. You know you should “eat your greens” … but do you really know how to cook ‘em? Join Kathy Gallant, Blue

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Jenness Farm Open Farm Weekend, April 17 & 18

The Jenness Farm Spring Open House/Open Farm Weekend is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, April 17 & 18, 2010, from 10 am to 6 pm, rain or shine. Enjoy fresh donuts; browse the new-and-improved Jenness Farm store (there’s so much more than goat milk soap!); buy products from several vendors. Visit with chicks, piglets, baby goats, lambs, and crazy turkeys—not

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Farmers’ Markets: As Winter Turns

It’s less than 2 months until the the first Seacoast Growers Association summer farmers’ market opens in Portsmouth, and the winter farmers’ markets in Newburyport, MA, and Northwood, NH, have finished for the season. But thanks to the efforts of local consumers, craftspeople, food producers—bakers, beekeepers, farmers, ranchers, vintners, and more—and the fabulous local organizations that bring us all together,

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