A Slow Six Months

Our first six months, truth be told, were anything but a slow start. The first few events were planned even before our application to Slow Food USA was complete! Between May and December, 2006, the Seacoast convivium offered: Table presentations at Carlo Petrini’s May 18, 2006 lecture at UNH, the Exeter Farmer’s Market, and the first Seacoast Local Festival Luncheon

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Early Days (or, The Origin Story)

Slow Food Seacoast came about not because of any one individual, but because the time was ripe. Alison Magill had been talking to friends for years about starting a Slow Food group on the Seacoast. Her background as a member of a cooperative grocery had already cemented her committment to fresh, local, sustainably produced food, and she knew there were

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