Veggie-Grow Earth Day Seed Kits

Seed Kits Available

Veggie-Grow Earth Day Seed Kits contain 6 easy to grow vegetables and they’re free! With stay at home orders, many people have the time and desire to plant a garden and we’ve got seed for you! But…cancellation of spring events, closing of farmer’s markets, and general prohibition of gatherings means that Piscataqua Seed Project (of which Slow Food Seacoast is

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Volunteers Needed for Food Delivery due to COVID-19

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED> CLICK HERE to Register. With the closure of large gatherings, local farmer’s markets are now being postponed.  This means farmers don’t have a place to sell and consumers can’t get local food. We are working with a local farm products food distributor, Three River Farmers Alliance, who has begun delivering to individuals during this period of shutdown through

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POSTPONED: Seed to Soil Garden Conference

COVID – 19 Update: We are not longer going to be able to use Traip Academy for our gathering on April 4th. As no one knows what is going to happen over the next few weeks, we are therefore postponing this event until further notice. Please stay tuned for updates and keep an eye out on our Facebook and Instagram

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FISH FOOD: A Sustainable Seafood Dine Around

ARE YOU READY TO EAT FISH? Seacoast area restaurants are featuring local and sustainable seafood on their menus the week of March 16. Make a week of it and visit them all! What is Sustainable Seafood? Knowing what to look for can be confusing! We suggest that you visit our friends at One Fish Foundation and consider the 7 C’s

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Annual Meeting and Potluck

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Join Slow Food Seacoast for a potluck and open meeting on Sunday March 8, 4pm – 7pm at Squamscott Winery’s new Tasting Room, 70 Route 108 in Newfields NH. It’s been a while since we gathered to talk about our passion for food. Whether yours be growing your own, supporting local farms, volunteering at the food pantry, teaching cooking classes

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