Edible Garden Tour: The Gardens

The purpose of the Edible Garden Tour is to connect gardeners with ideas for sustaining ourselves and our families by growing fresh food and learning about green practices in good community.  Gardens on this tour were chosen to demonstrate creativity, practically, community, integration and of course – edibles! Locations of gardens are being withheld to protect the privacy of the

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Edible Garden Tour and Garden Gala

We’re happy MIssion Mission statement: “The purpose of the Edible Garden Tour is: to connect home and community vegetable gardeners; to share ideas for sustaining ourselves through growing good food and; to encourage good gardening practices.” The Edible Garden tour idea grew out of the desire to learn more about the tips and trick that gardeners use in their home

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Edible Garden Tour Aug 11th

On August 11th Slow Food Seacoast, in partnership with the Piscataqua Garden Club and Strawbery Banke Museum, will present a tour of amazing gardens that all feature an edible component in their landscape. Take inspiration from Seacoast area gardeners who have integrated fruits, nuts, herbs, veggies, bees and chickens into their yards in sustainable and creative ways. In addition to

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Build a Wildlife Community Garden, Sept 24 Work Party

Celebrate National Estuaries Day by joining community members in Stratham.  Rachel Stevens of the NH Department of Fish and Game Dept is leading a group to  Download a flyer with more information

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Localvore Brunch a success!

On Sunday, April 3, 2011, Slow Food Seacoast and Tidewater Waldorf School welcomed 140 people to a Localvore Brunch & Heirloom Seed Plant-In in Kittery, ME. All the planning and prepping by lots of volunteers really paid off! When the first attendees entered at 11 am on the dot, the serving line was ready to fill their plates. The event’s

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