Category Archives: SNAP/EBT

Farmers’ Market Workshop: Greater Community Participation and Access through SNAP, WIC and other programs

Farmers’ Market Workshop: Greater Community Participation and Access through SNAP, WIC and other programs Organized by Partners for a Hunger-Free York County in cooperation with Maine Federation of Farmers’ Markets and other partners Southern Maine Health Center, Classroom B, 2nd Floor, Biddeford, ME Sunday, March 23rd, 2014 11am – 2pm Join us for food, and […]

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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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Bonus round! Deal for Yoga Mala participants at the NH Childrens’ Museum

From ChildLight Yoga: The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire and ChildLight Yoga have partnered to help promote Seacoast Yoga Mala, the Sixth Annual Fundraiser for food and fuel assistance and yoga outreach, which will take place on Sunday, March 2nd from 9 a.m.- Noon. Hundreds from the Seacoast yoga community will gather for a three-hour […]

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Join in a yoga class fundraising for Yoga Mala

Just because Yoga Mala is fully registered doesn’t mean you can’t participate! First, of course, you can donate directly. There’s also a bunch of Mini Mala fundraising classes happening around the seacoast, so you can get your yoga flow going for the great causes of keeping people fed, warm, and healthy (including benefitting Seacoast Eat […]

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Seacoast Yoga Mala, March 2

It’s official —  Sixth Annual Seacoast Yoga Mala fundraiser for food and fuel assistance, and yoga outreach is now sold out! As one of its beneficiaries, Seacoast Eat Local would like to thank all 220 yogis who’ve signed up to participate. Show your support by making a donation, every bit counts! Sixth Annual Seacoast Yoga Mala Rivermill […]

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Exeter Farmers’ Market Scavenger Hunt, August 7

This week we’re having another Scavenger Hunt at the Exeter Farmers’ Market! Seacoast Eat Local has teamed up with Cooking Matters to put together this fun event to lead market visitors on a tasty exploration of the market. The Exeter Farmers’ Market Kid’s Scavenger Hunt is this Thursday, August 8th, any time between 2:15-6pm, located […]

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SNAP Program Success: New in Exeter this Season, too!

You may have noticed that Seacoast Eat Local, in collaboration with Seacoast Growers’ Association, expanded our SNAP/EBT program to include Exeter with the Portsmouth and Dover Farmers’ Markets during summer. From the Seacoast Grower’s Association‘s latest newsletter: SNAP Program Success: New in Exeter this Season, too! Payment options at summer farmers’ markets include accepting SNAP/EBT and […]

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We’re Hiring!

  We’re looking for an interim Program Coordinator for our SNAP/EBT Farmers’ Market Program. This program has been gaining momentum in its first years of existence, and while our current Program Coordinator is finishing her schooling, we need someone amazing and passionate about positive change in our community to keep that momentum going.   All […]

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Film: “A Place at the Table”, May 29

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Special Screening: A Place at the Table, April 30

Join Us Tuesday, April 30 at 7:00 p.m. Special screening of A Place at the Table The Music Hall · 28 Chestnut St Portsmouth, NH 03801 Did you know that 28.5% of Portsmouth school kids receive free and reduced meal subsidies (breakfast and lunch) and are at risk of hunger during the summer months when […]

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