Tag Archives: fish & seafood

Paul Greenberg discusses his latest work…

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Slow Food Seacoast will feature Paul Greenberg, widely acclaimed author, speaker and environmentalist, at a reception held at the intimate venue The Red Door on Tuesday, August 12 from 5pm to 7pm. Guests will be treated to locally sourced seafood appetizers as Greenberg shares his latest work “American Catch: The Fight for Our Local Seafood” (Penguin Press, June, 2014).  In

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Fishtival Is Coming!

Last year saw the first of what has become an annual event: The NH Fish & Lobster Festival (fondly referred to as “Fishtival”). The number of attendees at the inaugural event blew away all projections, so this year’s organizers are gearing up for an even bigger and better day of celebrating our local fisheries and fisherpeople. The day’s events will

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Sustainable Seafood Potluck

Hope you’ll be joining Slow Food Seacoast for its public potluck supper on March 7th. Bring a dish to share and your own reusable dinnerware, and share in a feast created by the whole group. After the meal, Erika Zollett, a marine scientist in fisheries management as well as proprietor of the sustainability consulting business Green My Restaurant, will be

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Board meeting minutes, 2/18/2010

Minutes from Slow Food Seacoast Board Meeting, Thursday, February 18, 2010 Attending: Alison Magill, Pam Angulo, John Forti, Jenny Isler, Erin Jenkins, Amy Pollard, Laura Spelke Alison called meeting to order 7:30 pm Suggested [Small] Fundraising Events Showing Fresh the movie: 25 or so people, charge admission ($5?) Usage charge depends on number of people expected to view Minimal risk;

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CSA + CSF Days for 2010, Feb. 27-28

Seacoast Eat Local is sponsoring yet another great event to connect consumers and food producers in the Seacoast! They’ve planned a community-supported agriculture (CSA) and community-supported fisheries (CSF) event to coincide with the Winter Farmers’ Market to be held at Wentworth Greenhouses (141 Rollins Rd, Rollinsford, NH—a mile past Red’s Shoe Barn on Broadway in Dover), on Saturday, Feb. 27,

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