Getting closer to our fundraising goal for Seacoast Harvest 2012

Seacoast HarvestIt’s obvious from the throngs at farmers’ markets to increased activity at farm stands, people want to know where and how their food is grown, who is growing it, and where to find it.  Wouldn’t it be great if there was a publication that provided this information?

Seacoast Harvest connects people with sources of locally grown food. It provides our community with information on area farms, farmers’ markets, Community Supported Agriculture programs, farm stands, food pantries stocked with fresh food, and new this year, farmers’ markets that participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

None of this is possible without your sponsorship! Your tax-deductible donation will both help to create the 2012 edition of Seacoast Harvest and provide you with year-round visibility and access to a base of engaged consumers, farmers, small business owners, and active community members.

For more information on how you can help, please contact Heather Hughes at Or, donate online via PayPal or a credit card. Thank you!

P.S. Plus, donors of $25 and above will be mailed their complimentary copy of Seacoast Harvest!

— Posted on behalf of Heather Hughes, Seacoast Harvest project coordinator

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