Category Archives: author: Sara Zoe

Welcoming Theresa Walker and Chris Duffy to the Seacoast Eat Local board!

We’re thrilled to welcome two new members to the Seacoast Eat Local board! We’re excited for the experience, networks, and great ideas they bring to the work of connecting more people with more locally grown food!    Theresa Walker and her family live in Durham and raise Romney and Merino sheep for fiber and breed […]

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Local Dollars Support Local Foods- Make Your Gift Today

cabbage and romanesco

Support the work of Seacoast Eat Local in this season of giving! Your donations will support our continued work towards a more abundant and equitable local food system for farmers and consumers.    You don’t have to be a world leader or a billionaire to give back. Seacoast Eat Local all about ordinary people coming together […]

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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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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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Thank you, and best wishes!

We wish Sarah Jacobson best wishes as she begins a new career as a Registered Dietician! Sarah worked with Seacoast Eat Local in varying capacities over the years, beginning as an intern in the spring of 2010, through initiating and running the expanding SNAP Farmers Market program, and overseeing Seacoast Harvest and managing interns of […]

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Fun with the Food Revolution


It’s a fun time to look back on all the photos of 2014 and the years prior and see all the great things that are happening and growing on the Seacoast and in the world beyond. Yes, there’s a lot of scariness out there. But there’s also huge hope. Seriously. Just eight years ago we didn’t […]

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Make a Donation to Seacoast Eat Local on #GivingTuesday

Tomorrow, December 2nd 2014, is the National Day of Giving, or #GivingTuesday. The day is meant to bring attention to this holiday season’s spirit and is a balm for our national soul after the frenzy of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Here is a day to choose a charity and give. I hope you’ll choose […]

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November 15: Drink a new Allagash beer at the Black Birch, give yourself a pat on the back

Be part of the fun November 15th at Black Birch in Kittery, 1:30 to 3pm, when Allagash Brewery celebrates their new Farm to Face beer, made with 3,000 pounds of Applecrest Farm Peaches. Rob Tod, found & brewer from Allagash, and Todd Wagner, farmer & owner of Applecrest Farm, will be on hand. Since all proceeds […]

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Field Trip: MEat

MEat opened on Friday, so as soon as we could  on Saturday (after a stop at the Portsmouth Farmers’ Market for strawberries and broccoli and escarole and garlic scapes) we headed over to buy some meat. It’s a beautiful space in the Wallingsford Square building in Kittery, Maine, also home to Anju, Lil’s, RiverRun North, […]

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Meet our new intern!

UNH junior Katherine Murphy will be working on our SNAP/EBT at Farmers’ Markets program this spring alongside our program coordinator, Caty Wilkey. She will be working on a variety of related projects with low-income populations and access to local food. In particular, she will be assisting with local food rescue initiatives and our gleaning program, as […]

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