Final Farmers’ Market of the Winter Season this Saturday at the Stratham Town Hall

After this market on Saturday, there won’t be another farmers’ market for two months, when the summer markets begin the first Saturday in May in Portsmouth! Farmers’ and fishermen will be on hand to help you stock up on local meats of all varieties, dairy, eggs, and much more. Several farmers will be bringing greens that have overwintered in the

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Think Pink! Native Shrimp Are In!

From Seacoast Eat Local we received the following exciting bulletin: Northern shrimp, also called native or Maine shrimp, are fast cooking, inexpensive, tasty, very local, and incredibly sustainable. You can buy them at many fish markets all over the seacoast, including Seaport Fish in Rye and Sanders in Portsmouth [and in many other local markets as well]. You’ll also be

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A New Venue for Buying Fresh Seafood Direct from New Hampshire Fishermen

By Charlie French and Ken LaValley Residents of New Hampshire’s seacoast region can now purchase locally and sustainably-caught shrimp and lobster direct from local fishermen at the Winter Farmers’ Markets. With shrimp and lobster prices at near 20-year lows, this is just the boost that local fishermen need. New Hampshire’s rich history in commercial fishing has helped to shape the

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NOFA-NH This Weekend

Need weekend plans? Want to set winter aside for a day and think about green and growing things? The Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire’s 6th Annual Winter Conference takes place this Saturday. Local And Organic: The Sustainable Future, takes place Saturday March 1, 2008 at the Winnisquam Regional High School, 433 W. Main St in Tilton, New Hampshire

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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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