“Earth’s Best Story” authors in Portsmouth, 5/18

Via Seacoast Local and RiverRun Bookstore: Seacoast Local and RiverRun Bookstore present Ron and Arnie Koss, authors of The Earth’s Best Story: A Bittersweet Tale of Twin Brothers Who Sparked an Organic Revolution, in the next lecture of the Making the Connection speaker series on Tuesday, May 18. The Koss brothers founded Earth’s Best Baby Foods, the first nationally distributed

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“Tutta Toscana” Gourmet Dinner at UNH, 4/16 & 17

Via the University of New Hampshire Department of Hospitality Management: WHAT: Discover the Essence of Tuscany with Gina Stipo and Banfi Wines! The University of New Hampshire Hospitality Management students will present six courses of Tuscan cuisine at the upcoming Gourmet Dinner. The students have procured such local fare as Riverslea Farm lamb and mutton, Borealis focaccia, and sorbetto and

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An unlikely hero, Joel Salatin

Via the Simply Good Food Blog:   An unlikely hero, Joel Salatin is a rural Virginia farmer who has come to symbolize slow food, local food, practical organic farming methods, and no-nonsense ruckus-making. Read about a new Earth Eats interview and videos on the Simply Good Food Blog.

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NOFA NHHN Spring Herb and Garden Conference, May 22, 2010

The Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) New Hampshire Herbal Network (NHHN) 1st Annual Spring Herb and Garden Conference will be held on Saturday, May 22, 2010, at Pine Hill Waldorf School in Wilton, NH. The conference, entitled Beautiful Earth, “will feature some of New Hampshire’s top herbalists, gardeners, farmers, retailers, crafters, artisans and trades people who support organic growing methods,

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Farmers’ Markets: As Winter Turns

It’s less than 2 months until the the first Seacoast Growers Association summer farmers’ market opens in Portsmouth, and the winter farmers’ markets in Newburyport, MA, and Northwood, NH, have finished for the season. But thanks to the efforts of local consumers, craftspeople, food producers—bakers, beekeepers, farmers, ranchers, vintners, and more—and the fabulous local organizations that bring us all together,

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