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Veronique’s Post: Blissful Benefits of Bison Meat

For two years, I took what I thought was the “heroic” path of vegetarianism. I forfeited my love of juicy burgers and sweet smoky ribs. I told myself I would be content with a veggie and grain based diet. Though many people participate in this lifestyle, it left my stomach a little empty. I wholeheartedly commend those who are […]

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Annual Report 2015-2016

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Chloe’s Post: 7 Reasons to Go to Your Local Farmers’ Market

The Variety and Specialty Goods At a farmers’ market, you never know what you are going to find because of the variety! Things you can find include: produce, meats, cheeses, breads, pastries, drinks, authentic cuisine, cards, knitwear, and even beauty products! These products can also be considered specialty goods because they are hand-grown and handmade. […]

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Emily’s Post: On a Mission to Find Gluten Free Treats!

Having Celiac Disease, I am not able to consume gluten or I get really sick.  So, whenever I go anywhere food related, I am always on the hunt for a gluten free treat.  When I was at the farmer’s market a couple weeks ago, I circled around with my eyes peeled for something that was […]

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Veronique’s Post: Getting into the Knitty Gritty

If you’re anything like me, the cold weather leads to days spent indoors awaiting warmer weather. This winter, I promised to a be a bit more productive while watching daytime TV, so I decided to “pick up” knitting. After briefly looking at video tutorials online, I confidently picked up my needles… and utterly failed. It […]

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Chloe’s Post: Let Me Introduce Myself!

Editor’s Note: Watch out world, this one is a firecracker! Chloe comes to us this semester with a lot of enthusiasm and a specific interest in geriatric nutrition. In addition to her work with us at markets, we are excited to task her with project of better understanding how we can support and engage residents […]

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Emily’s Post: Getting Started with SEL!

Editor’s Note: Welcome Emily! Emily was referred to us by our intern Brooke, who finished with us in December. We love getting word of mouth referrals for interns and knew quickly that Emily would be a great fit for us. We are looking forward to her work with customers at market, taking advantage of her […]

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February is CSA Month!

February is CSA month on the Seacoast! It’s the month of the year when many farms open their registration for CSA and farm credit programs and when Seacoast Eat Local hosts CSA Days at both of its winter farmers’ markets. Seacoast Eat Local is teaming up with local farms to understand trends around CSA programs. […]

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Veronique’s Post: Introducing Myself to the SEL Community

  Editor’s Note: We are thrilled to help introduce Veronique, one of the three UNH interns we will be hosting this semester. Over the past several years, we have come to appreciate the help, enthusiasm and critical thinking which interns bring to our work and we hope that we are a place of community, support […]

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Brooke’s Post: A Wonderful Experience!

Editor’s Note: We can say that we loved having you, too, Brooke! More than many interns we have had in the past (though they have all been great), we really appreciated and were heartened to see the learning and growth that Brooke experienced through her work with us, as well as the enthusiasm for local […]

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