“Tap In” Spring Water Film Series at UNH

Via Food & Water Watch: Food & Water Watch has teamed up with the University of New Hampshire’s Office of Sustainability to sponsor a free film and speaker series called “Tap In.” All films will be shown at 6:00 pm in the UNH Memorial Union Building Theater 1.  Please stick around after the films for a discussion session and don’t

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Food Bus and Slow Food USA on BBC video

This BBC report features a Virginia farmer who is “feeding the community one stop at a time” as he takes his wares on the road—literally! His “Farm to Family” bus brings fresh food (vegetables, fruit, dairy, eggs, fresh meat, and bacon) to food deserts in Richmond, VA. And he uses Facebook to get the word out to customers! How cool

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Novella Carpenter video

Didn’t get to meet Novella Carpenter, author of Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer, at Slow Food Seacoast’s 50-Mile Thanksgiving last November? This 13-minute video from CHOW.com is a wonderful introduction to her unique approach to urban farming in West Oakland, California—from interplanting Swiss chard in raised beds in an abandoned lot to milking goats on her porch

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Kids and Consumerism

  How do kids learn to eat well – or poorly? With food manufacturers aggressively pushing junk food and branded processed food at kids, teaching the children in your life about good, clean, fair food isn’t an easy task. It might help to know what you’re up against. On February 11 at 6:30 the first Seacoast screening of a provocative documentary

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Winter Farmer’s Market January 9

Winter Farmers’ Market: Saturday, January 9, 35 farmers, fishermen and food producers will be in the cafeteria of the new Exeter High School in Exeter, NH from 10am-2pm, selling their meats, cheeses, milk, eggs, vegetables, fish and shrimp, prepared foods, baked goods, honey and maple syrup! You can find a full list of participating vendors and the products they will

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