Seacoast Community Eat-In at UNH, 9/12

WHAT: 1st Annual Seacoast Community Eat-In WHEN: Sunday, Sept. 12 at 5:30 pm WHERE: UNH campus behind Demeritt Hall MORE INFO: UNH Slow Food Join UNH Slow Food on Sunday, Sept. 12 at 5:30 pm for the first annual Seacoast Community Eat-In. This potluck event is free and open to the public and will be held on the UNH campus

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“Spring Herbs” Potluck with UNH Slow Food, Durham, 5/02

Slow Food Seacoast‘s next event is the May potluck, which will be held in conjunction with members of UNH Slow Food (campus chapter) and the Great Bay Agricultural Resource Network, a group of producers who are making connections within their community to share equipment and resources. As always, please bring a potluck dish to share and your own dining kit

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“Tutta Toscana” Gourmet Dinner at UNH, 4/16 & 17

Via the University of New Hampshire Department of Hospitality Management: WHAT: Discover the Essence of Tuscany with Gina Stipo and Banfi Wines! The University of New Hampshire Hospitality Management students will present six courses of Tuscan cuisine at the upcoming Gourmet Dinner. The students have procured such local fare as Riverslea Farm lamb and mutton, Borealis focaccia, and sorbetto and

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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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Maude Barlow Rescheduled at UNH, March 31

Food & Water Watch announced today that the public lecture with Maude Barlow has been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 31, 2010, at 7:00 pm. Part of the “Tap In” series at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), the event originally was scheduled for March 4 (see the post about it here) was canceled due to a weather-related flight cancellation.) This

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