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#Volunteer and make a farmer’s day

At every market, the farmers start unloading early in order to be set up and ready when the doors open. In the winter, farmers have an extra distance to the unloading process, they can’t just pull their trucks right up to their spot like they do in summertime. So we gather a crew of volunteers to help […]

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Nothin’ But a Good Time

volunteer at the Winter Farmers Markets

Don’t need nothin’ but a good time How can I resist Ain’t lookin’ for nothin’ but a good time And it don’t get better than this …. Volunteering at the Winter Farmers’ Markets of course! What did you think Poison was singing about? Loading…

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Volunteer at the Winter Farmers’ Markets!

Winter Farmers Markets Volunteer Sign Up Seacoast Eat Local markets are community events and volunteers make them awesome! The morning crew helps with market set-up, assists with vendor parking, and helps unload vendor vehicles. Volunteers during the market help at the info booth and around the market, counting customers and answering questions. Join us for […]

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NH Community Seafood needs volunteers!

NH Community Seafood’s CSF Manager has put out the call for volunteers. Their needs are varied (read: there’s something for everyone interested!). If you want to learn more about our local fisheries, please be in touch with Andrea Tomlinson at Some of the possible work: Putting labels on bags (500 used per week) Assistance with […]

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2 more markets, 2 more chances to volunteer!

March 28th and April 11th are the final markets of this winter season for Seacoast Eat Local, and both will take place at Exeter High School. Volunteers make the market magic happen! If you’ve never volunteered before but want to give it a try, here’s your chance. Volunteering is fun and easy but it’s also […]

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Serve Your Community, Become a FoodCorps Service Member!

The application to be a FoodCorps service member is now open through March 31st! If you are looking for a position in which you can serve your community, help kids get excited about vegetables, learn new skills, and become part of a network of food changemakers around the country, then this opportunity is for you: […]

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Master Gardener Training Begins February 2015

Application deadline for this year’s Master Gardener Training has been extended through January. From the UNH Cooperative Extension: Become a UNH Cooperative Extension Master Gardener UNH Extension Master Gardeners provide research-based information about home horticulture, pest management, and more to the citizens of New Hampshire. In exchange for all of the volunteer work Master Gardeners perform, […]

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Pledge your support to the local food system, lend a hand in 2015!

We had an amazing year in 2014 with increased SNAP access at local farmers’ markets, new farms added to our network, actual tons of food grown, collected, gleaned, and donated to area food pantries, and to top it off some stellar Winter Farmers’ Markets! It is with your help we continue to succeed in our efforts […]

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Twofer: have fun and make your community better, too.

Have you made your resolutions for 2015 yet? If the idea of giving things up just strikes you as no fun at all (and honestly, maybe not follow through-able), you are not alone. Best advice I ever got on resolutions was to add something instead of giving something up. Something fun or beautiful or meaningful, […]

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Gift your time to a farmer, volunteer at the Winter Market

It’s amazing how much it means to the farmers and food producers who sell at the Winter Markets when you come and volunteer! It’s a fun and festive way to spend a few hours on a Saturday morning! Loading…

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