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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Free fall movie series in Exeter

This fall, enjoy films on food themes on three Friday evenings in Exeter! FRESH the Movie on October 22, The Botany of Desire (from Michael Pollan’s book of the same name) on October 29, and The Natural History of the Chicken on November 5. For times and locations, see the poster below (click to open PDF):

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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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Greens Cooking Class & Potluck in Exeter, Sunday, 6/06

We had such a great time at the Blue Moon Market & Café (8 Clifford St., Exeter, NH) last spring that we are happy to be heading there once again. This year, participants can sign up for a special cooking class (preregistration and fee required) before the potluck. The potluck will feature dishes prepared during the class, and the meeting

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Your Organic Vegetable Garden event, 5/25

Via Seacoast Eat Local: Your Organic Vegetable Garden: Managing Pests & Diseases Many home and community gardeners have taken up growing vegetables in recent years. This rewarding pursuit comes with its own set of challenges. Those vegetables we find so delicious can be equally attractive to a wide range of insects. Understanding the difference between beneficial insects and destructive pests

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