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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One step closer to passing the Child Nutrition Act

Last year, a big the Slow Food USA was Time for Lunch, a campaign to get good, clean, and fair food into U.S. schools. (Slow Food Seacoast championed Time for Lunch in its 2009 National Day of Action event: preparing and planting salad gardens at Dover High School. Read the recap on our blog!) Late yesterday, the Senate passed the

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Join the Seacoast Community Garden Network!

Are you—or do you aspire to be—a gardener? The Seacoast Community Garden Network (SCGN), brainchild of Slow Food Seacoast’s very own membership coordinator, Jenny Isler, is now a live, interactive website of resources for gardens and gardeners. It’s a place to make connections: See what community gardens (more than 30!) in the Seacoast area are doing. Find or list a

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Markets, markets, everywhere!

In the Seacoast and beyond—wherever you find yourself this summer—make a point of finding good, clean, and fair food for yourself and your family. The 2010 Summer Markets page has been updated with all kinds of resources to help you do just that! Farmers’ markets are bigger than ever, in more locations than ever, which is great news for consumers

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2010 Summer Markets

In this region, we were lucky to have ready access to locally produced food all winter long. Now the summer farmers’ markets have started, and most will run through September or October. Have you been to a farmers’ market yet? The vendors being a lot more than just vegetables! You can find seedlings, full-grown flower and herb plants, meats, eggs,

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