Merrimack County Local Food Guide

If you run a farm, restaurant, retail store, or other outlet for locally produced food within Merrimack County the Capital Area Farm and Community Connection (CAFCC) is looking for you. This spring, CAFCC will be publishing a guide to local foods in the Merrimack County area. The guide will be distributed for free throughout Merrimack County with an anticipated distribution of 12,000 guides.

Free listings in this guide are available. You need to complete a registration form by March 15, 2010. Paid advertisement and sponsorships are also available and welcome.

The registration form is available at the Merrimack County Conservation District Web site,, or by calling (603) 223-6023. Contact CAFCC coordinator Ruth Smith at if you need further information or want to take out an ad.

If you’re a farmer in Rockingham and Strafford counties, don’t feel left out; it’s time to submit your information for the 2010 edition of Seacoast Harvest.

Complete a form for the 2010 Seacoast Harvest at

Guidelines for who can be listed are found at

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