My Last Blog Post

By Brianna Bowlan, Seacoast Eat Local Intern

Brianna Bowlan

Unfortunately, this is my last blog for Seacoast Eat Local. My semester at UNH is ending this week, which means I will be ending my internship. I have learned so much during my time with Seacoast Eat Local and greatly appreciate the opportunity to work with amazing people. I felt like I became a part of the community by talking with people and getting to know them at the farmers’ markets. I also got to know some of the farmers and tried many new vegetables that were delicious! It was so great to hear how appreciative everyone is of the SNAP program and I enjoyed seeing the behind the scenes part at the SNAP Committee meetings. The people who work at Seacoast Eat Local are an amazing group of people who truly care and are passionate about helping people in the community.

They try to do everything they can get people to and from the farmers markets and they want people to get as much out of this program as possible. I want to thank everyone who took the time to read my blogs and also the crew who works for Seacoast Eat Local for a great experience!


[ed note: We thank you, too, Brianna! It has been a pleasure getting to know you this semester and we wish you safe and fun travels for your time abroad this spring! We’re looking forward to seeing you again soon!]



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