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Farmers! Get listed for free in Seacoast Harvest

Every year we update Seacoast Harvest, our guide to all the farms we can find in Rockingham, Strafford, and York counties. And every year, we are thrilled to find new farms to list. The listings are free to farms, they just need to qualify by being in Rockingham, Strafford, and York counties and by selling […]

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Thanks to the latest and greatest Seacoast Harvest sponsors!

Seacoast Harvest, our annually updated local farm and food guide, provides the community with information on the seacoast region’s farms, farmers’ markets, CSA programs, and farm stands, while giving farmers a great way to expand their markets and increase their business’s viability. Farm viability is a really big deal around these parts, where land is […]

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Thank you Seacoast Harvest Sponsors!

Seacoast Harvest, our annually updated local farm and food guide, provides the community with information on the seacoast region’s farms, farmers’ markets, CSA programs, and farm stands. Publishing this guide is possible only with your help and the generosity of sponsoring businesses! Seacoast Harvest is a non-profit venture; we do not charge consumers for the […]

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Help Wanted: Seacoast Harvest Sponsorship Coordinator

It’s Seacoast Harvest time again! This is going to be the 8th annual edition. How time flies when you’re having fun! We’re looking for someone to help the sponsorships for Seacoast Harvest. This is a very significant job, as Seacoast Harvest is entirely funded by sponsorships and donations. It’s also a job that builds on […]

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Help Seacoast Harvest Reach Fundraising Goal!

Seacoast Eat Local is in the midst of updating our annual publication, Seacoast Harvest — our 7th edition! This guide to local food provides listings of farms, farm stands and farmers’ markets in Rockingham, Strafford and York Counties, and is distributed as a free resource for consumers. It’s a big project, and gets better every year —we […]

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Halfway there!

We’re halfway to our fundraising goal for this year’s edition of Seacoast Harvest! Last year’s edition of Seacoast Harvest, the local food guide we publish annually, listed more farms and farmers’ markets, as well as food pantries accepting fresh food donations, than ever before. We feel this reflects not only the growing number of farmers […]

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Join the Seacoast Harvest Team!

We’re gearing up for Seacoast Harvest 2013, our annual publication of farms, farm stands, and farmers’ markets. This fabulous guide is in its seventh year, and has become an invaluable resource for the local food system in the Seacoast. This year’s coordinator, Heather Hughes, is looking for a volunteer staff to assist in the farm […]

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Be a Vital Part of Seacoast Harvest!

We’re gearing up for Seacoast Harvest 2013, our annual publication of farms, farm stands, and farmers’ markets. This fabulous guide is in its seventh year, and has become an invaluable resource for the local food system in the Seacoast. This year’s coordinator, Heather Hughes, is looking for a volunteer staff to assist in the farm […]

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Local Food Report: Summer Recap

It’s been a stellar summer for local food on the Seacoast, and access to fresh, locally grown has grown by leaps and bounds. Just in case you were away on vacation, here’s a quick summary of some of the happenings you may have missed this past season: First up, we were very excited to expand […]

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Welcome to Seacoast Harvest 2012!

We are very excited to announce that this year’s edition of Seacoast Harvest lists more farms and farmers’ markets, as well as food pantries accepting fresh food donations, than ever before. We feel this reflects a strong and vibrant collaboration among the growing number of farmers in the area, an increasingly engaged community of consumers, […]

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