Category Archives: volunteering

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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Volunteer at the Winter Market 12/13/14

This Saturday the Winter Market is at Exeter High School. Farmers would sure appreciate your help getting ready! In the morning, volunteers help carry all the terrific foods to be sold that day inside. It’s a fun time and takes a big team to be ready for the day. It’s a little bit of exercise […]

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Volunteer at the Winter Market Dec 6th

Help out at the Winter Farmers’ Market December 6th at Wentworth Greenhouses! Loading…

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Volunteering with Seacoast Eat Local

Here at Seacoast Eat Local, it is our mission to connect people with sources of locally grown foods and promote eating locally for the health of our environment, community, culture and economy. Through advocacy, organizing and education, we work toward a sustainable local food system that meets the needs of both producers and consumers. Seacoast Eat Local […]

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Earth Day Volunteer Garden Clean Up Day at Strawbery Banke Museum, April 26

Join our community of garden volunteers on Earth Day and help bring new life to the Historic Gardens at Strawbery Banke, Saturday April 26th from 8:30am to 12:30pm, then join Slow Food Seacoast for a potluck lunch from 12:30 to 1:30pm! Earth Day Volunteer Garden Clean Up Day at Strawbery Banke Museum Saturday, April 26, […]

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Durham Food Hub Meetings, March 31 & April 28

From Durham Friday Updates: Durham resident Sylvia Foster expresses thanks to those residents who answered the questionnaire on the prospect of building a local food organization in Durham. There were a large number of responses with 260 out of 288 in support. A group of interested citizens are discussing building a system to preserve, bundle, […]

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Gleaning at Brandmoore Farm, September 6

Gleaning with Seacoast Eat Local! We have been invited to Brandmoore Farm to glean tomatoes and eggplant this Friday (9/6/13)! Once harvested, this fresh produce will be delivered directly to local food pantries and soup kitchens. Come join us on the farm, get your hands dirty, and make fresh food available to everyone in our community! […]

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