Seacoast Harvest 2014-2015 is here!

shcover2014Seacoast Harvest 2014-2015 has arrived!

We couldn’t be more pleased and proud and grateful. It’s a huge endeavor involving lots of volunteer hours, donations by sponsors, and many hours of work by our own Sarah Jacobson. We’re thrilled with the 8th edition (8th!) of this local food guide, and hope you discover some new farms, share it with people to introduce more of our community to all the seacoast farms have to offer, and revel along with us in how much our local food supply has grown and diversified since the first edition.

The honey featured in the cover photo is from The Hollister Family Farm and Riverside Farm.

Get yours (and one for a friend)

We’ve had it for just a day but already copies are spreading out throughout the seacoast. They are available (or will be shortly!) at:

 

 

 

 

 

Want copies for your office/friends/neighbors? Contact foodguide@seacoasteatlocal.org

Thank you Seacoast Harvest sponsors!

Join us in thanking this final round of Seacoast Harvest sponsors. Without the contributions of all of the sponsors [more sponsors here, here, and here], this project would not be possible! Thank you!

 
 
 

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