Free fall movie series in Exeter

This fall, enjoy films on food themes on three Friday evenings in Exeter! FRESH the Movie on October 22, The Botany of Desire (from Michael Pollan’s book of the same name) on October 29, and The Natural History of the Chicken on November 5. For times and locations, see the poster below (click to open PDF):

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Farm Picnic Recap

The consensus is that the 4th Annual Slow Food Seacoast Down-on-the-Farm Picnic was a great success! More than 80 people—singles, couples, and families—joined Slow Food Seacoast at Dalton’s Pasture, the Rowells’ homestead in Nottingham, NH, to learn about permaculture, homesteading, and living simply and to enjoy a lovely summer afternoon with like-minded people. Host canines Finnegan and Sparky greeted each

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“Earth’s Best Story” authors in Portsmouth, 5/18

Via Seacoast Local and RiverRun Bookstore: Seacoast Local and RiverRun Bookstore present Ron and Arnie Koss, authors of The Earth’s Best Story: A Bittersweet Tale of Twin Brothers Who Sparked an Organic Revolution, in the next lecture of the Making the Connection speaker series on Tuesday, May 18. The Koss brothers founded Earth’s Best Baby Foods, the first nationally distributed

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Your Organic Vegetable Garden event, 5/25

Via Seacoast Eat Local: Your Organic Vegetable Garden: Managing Pests & Diseases Many home and community gardeners have taken up growing vegetables in recent years. This rewarding pursuit comes with its own set of challenges. Those vegetables we find so delicious can be equally attractive to a wide range of insects. Understanding the difference between beneficial insects and destructive pests

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An unlikely hero, Joel Salatin

Via the Simply Good Food Blog:   An unlikely hero, Joel Salatin is a rural Virginia farmer who has come to symbolize slow food, local food, practical organic farming methods, and no-nonsense ruckus-making. Read about a new Earth Eats interview and videos on the Simply Good Food Blog.

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