We’re gearing up for Seacoast Harvest 2014, Seacoast Eat Local’s annual publication of farms, farm stands, and farmers’ markets. This fabulous guide is in its eighth year, and has become an invaluable resource for the local food system in the Seacoast. This year’s coordinator, Sarah Jacobson, is looking for volunteer staff to assist in the farm data update and collection. The bulk of our work happens in late February and March, and requires around 4 hours a week. We’ll be reaching out to farms via email and phone to update their listings for the guide. We use google docs to share our work, and will meet a couple of times during the 6 week process. Please contact Sarah for more information and to let her know you’d like to help, or how to become a sponsor: firstname.lastname@example.org. This is one of Seacoast Eat Local’s biggest projects annually, and is an inspiring way to learn about Seacoast agriculture!
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Food For Thought…
- "In my view, homeland security derives from having enough potatoes."
- - Barbara Kingsolver,
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle