Author Archives: Sara-Zoë Patterson

Help Wanted: Three River Farmers Alliance

Three River Farmers Alliance is hiring! Job Description: Part-time Driver/Customer Service Three River Farmers Alliance is seeking a motivated individual to play a key role in our local food collective marketing and delivery service.   Responsibilities: Deliver a wide variety of product to different establishments. Attention to detail is a must. Follow route and time […]

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Help Wanted: Flying Goat Farm

Flying Goat Farm has two seasonal positions available right now! What a great chance to get involved with an amazing farm. Seasonal Dairy Farm Position: Cheesemaking Acton, Maine Flying Goat Farm is looking for an Assistant Cheesemaker for our 2016 production season. We will begin cheesemaking in late April and continue to increase production through […]

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Let’s Get Spicy! At Throwback Brewery May 8th

[Reposted from Throwback Brewery’s terrific newsletter, with grateful thanks and yippees and I Can’t Waits!] We look forward to this every year – the release of Spicy Bohemian, our jalapeño pilesener. We are so excited that, once again, we are throwing a party to welcome Spicy Bohemian to our Summer lineup! Please join us on Sunday, […]

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Isis’s post: Getting to Know Shelly Smith

By Isis Ulery Chapman, Seacoast Eat Local intern, part of her series getting to know the board members and people behind Seacoast Eat Local   I know you just joined Seacoast Eat Local over the summer, could you tell me the story of how you chose to work with SEL? I never envisioned myself working for a […]

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CSA Day + Winter Farmers’ Market February 13th

CSA shares

Our next Winter Farmers’ Market of 2016 will be on Saturday, February 13, from 10am-2pm at Wentworth Greenhouses in Rollinsford! This will be the first of our February CSA Days Markets–markets where farms have the opportunity to advertise their 2016 CSA offerings and customers can benefit from easy, on-the-spot sign ups. Commit to your 2016 CSA […]

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Marco Polo Market Soup

thai soup

Eating locally has never meant giving up global flavors for me. I just love food from everywhere else too much. Even back in the days of the Eat Local Challenges, spices got special dispensation under “Marco Polo” rules. Bringing local ingredients to the forefront of recipes from all over the world is especially satisfying in […]

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My Last Blog Post

Brianna Bowlan

By Brianna Bowlan, Seacoast Eat Local Intern 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 […]

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Getting to know Sara Zoë

By Isis Ulery Chapman, Seacoast Eat Local intern I am starting a new kind of post here on the blog.  I think that we should all get to know the people behind Seacoast Eat Local a little more, so I will be interviewing all of the board members and people that have created this amazing […]

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Getting Ready For Market

Getting Ready for Market from Seacoast Eat Local on Vimeo. Getting Ready for Market, December 5th, 2015, 3 hours in 3 minutes, Video made by Brendan Cornwell. Each winter farmers’ market week, we arrive early to start setting up. For almost three hours, there’s a lot of scurrying about, with a terrific crew of volunteers helping over 50 […]

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#Volunteer and make a farmer’s day

At every market, the farmers start unloading early in order to be set up and ready when the doors open. In the winter, farmers have an extra distance to the unloading process, they can’t just pull their trucks right up to their spot like they do in summertime. So we gather a crew of volunteers to help […]

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