Seed to Soil Garden Conference in March!

Connect with other gardeners in our community!   Slow Food Seacoast, in collaboration with Seacoast Permaculture Group, presents the First Annual Seed to Soil Conference, Saturday March 7 from 12 – 4pm at the Seacoast Waldorf School, 403 Maine 236, Eliot, ME. Join with a community of gardeners working to preserve our agricultural heritage and teach a love of gardening to all generations.

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Paul Greenberg discusses his latest work…

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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Tom Stearns, March 15 2012, 5:30 – 8:00pm

Tom Stearns, founder of High Mowing Organic Seeds, to speak on the importance of locally-based sustainable food systems. Slow Food Seacoast and the Heirloom Harvest Project will host Tom Stearns, president of High Mowing Organic Seed Company and the Center for Agricultural Economy in Vermont, for a discussion of tools for building healthy food systems at the Portsmouth Pearl, 45

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Food for Thought…

“The everyday act of eating is a great way to interact with your community and a great entry point for changing the world. … You can show your values through how you eat.” —Josh Viertel, President, Slow Food USA (SmartPlanet.com) ============== “The low cost of food not only devalues food itself, but also hides all the evil we are doing

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Support family farms at TuttleFest, 3/19

For 379 years, the Seacoast community has supported Tuttle’s Farm in Dover, NH—the oldest continually operating family farm in America—but the Tuttles are ready to pass the reins. They’ve enlisted the help of the New Hampshire Institute of Agriculture and Forestry (NHIAF) to help put the farm into the hands of those who will both respect the history and tradition

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