Category Archives: SAMM

Keep It Fresh at the Farmers’ Markets!

Seacoast Eat Local needs your support! Consider making a tax-deductible contribution that helps Seacoast residents connect to sources of fresh local foods, all year long! At Seacoast Eat Local, our mission is to connect people with sources of locally grown food and to work for a sustainable local food system that supports the health of our environment, […]

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Building SAMM: An International Journey!

They say that Rome wasn’t built in a day. That’s probably true- and neither was SAMM! The finished vehicle is the end result of a long process of design work and collaboration, within our organization and region, but also spanning national boundaries to Toronto, Canada! In the early stages of development of the SAMM project, […]

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Meet Celeste, SAMM Coordinator

Many of you may already know Celeste as a former member of the Board of Directors for Seacoast Eat Local or as a popular market vendor and co-owner of 45 Market St Bakery and Cafe in Somersworth, NH. Starting in August 2016, everyone will have an opportunity to get to know her as the SAMM Coordinator, […]

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Introducing SAMM, the newest member of our team!

It is with the most unbounded excitement that we break our silence and finally introduce everyone, officially, to SAMM: The Seacoast Area Mobile Market! Many months of work (and years in our dreams) will lead to our official launch of New Hampshire’s first mobile market program on August 2, 2016. This new program is generously supported […]

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