Mark Your Calendars for the Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers’ Market!

We’re beyond excited as we prepare for our fifth season of the Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers’ Market! The first one will be held at the Wentworth Greenhouses in Rollinsford, on Saturday, November 19th — just in time to stock up for your Thanksgiving dinner. Start a new tradition, and make it a local one!

Make sure to visit our website, and explore our new product search, see who’ll be there, and support the growing network of other winter farmers’ markets. While you’re there, sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest news and Winter Farmers’ Market updates. From our website:

Our Winter Farmers’ Market

Seacoast Eat Local will host 12 winter farmers’ markets from November 2011 – April 2012. Markets are hosted at Wentworth Greenhouses in Rollinsford and at Exeter High School in Exeter.

Mark your calendars! All markets are held 10am-2pm, rain, snow or shine!

November 19 (Rollinsford)
December 3 (Rollinsford)
December 10 (Exeter)
December 17 (Rollinsford)
January 14 (Exeter)
January 28 (Rollinsford)
February 11 (Exeter)
February 25 (Rollinsford)
March 10 (Rollinsford)
March 24 (Rollinsford)
April 14 (Exeter)
April 28 (Exeter)


Volunteers are needed to help unload and carry in products, support the Seacoast Eat Local booth, staff the food donation table, and clean up after the markets!

Email if you’d like to help.


Seacoast Eat Local is seeking sponsors to support the winter farmers’ market season. These community events are an important venue for Seacoast residents to connect with area growers and learn more about the nutritional, ecological, and economic benefits of a strong local food system. This sponsorship opportunity will provide your business with up to six months of access to a base of engaged consumers, farmers, small business owners, and active community members.

Download our Sponsorship Opportunities for 2011-2012 and email for more information.

For more information, visit us at

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