Local Food Network – Spring Fling Launch Party, April 2

Join Seacoast Eat Local at the Local Food Network’s Spring Fling Launch Party! A collaboration of local food organizations, come to The Stone Church on Monday, April 2nd at 5:30 p.m., and learn more about our work to build a better food system, and how you can be involved. This event is open to the public, with no cover charge; a special menu of small plates featuring local food, and local drafts at half price will be on offer:

Local Food Network Launch Party
The Stone Church, 5 Granite St, Newmarket, NH
Monday, April 2, 2012
5:30 – 8 p.m.
Open to the public, no cover charge

Want to access local food and support the local food economy on the Seacoast? Looking for a night out with friends, local fare, music, and artwork? Join the Local Food Network for an evening of networking, casual dining and presentations by local food leaders. We’ll share our vision for a more localized food system, highlight upcoming events and let you know how you can get involved in our efforts!

Speakers will include Jess Skinner of Re.Root.Ed, the local food program of Seacoast Local; Sara Zoe Patterson of Seacoast Eat Local; Kate Mitchell of Slow Food Seacoast; Stacey Purslow of New Hampshire Farm to School; Rian Bedard of EcoMovement; Dyanna Smith of the Seacoast Growers Association; Julie LaBranche of the Rockingham Planning Commission; Evan Mallett of the Seacoast Chefs Collaborative; Carolyn Eastman of Granite State Fish; and Christine Magruder of the Kittery Land Trust.

The Local Food network is a committed but loose affiliation for not-for-profit organizations formally networking to share resources that will help us build a food system that provides local, clean, fair, healthy food for all on the Seacoast.

For more information about the event or the Local Food Network, please contact Jessica Skinner at food@seacoastlocal.org

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For an article on this event in The Wire >

For more information: www.localfoodnetwork.org

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