Category Archives: volunteering

Volunteer for the Heirloom Harvest Barn Dinner!

Tickets for this year’s Heirloom Harvest Barn Dinner are now sold out! Become a participant and volunteer at this annual event — all of the volunteers have been a critical part to making this event such a success in the past, help make this dinner the best ever! The Heirloom Havest Barn Dinner is an exquisite multi-course dinner in […]

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The Maine Food Strategy — Open Call for Steering Committee Nominations

Be part of creating a strong food future for Maine! The Maine Food Strategy — an action plan for strengthening Maine’s farming, fishing and food economy — is calling for Steering Committee nominations (deadline: September 6th): Open Call for Steering Committee Nominations The Maine Food Strategy is an initiative to create a broader and more […]

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Crop Mob at Stout Oak Farm, July 13

Stout Oak Farm in Brentwood, NH, is hosting a Crop Mob on Saturday, July 13th: Crop Mob at Stout Oak Farm 83 Middle Rd, Brentwood, NH Saturday, Muly 13, 2013 8am – 12pm A crop mob is a group of people who come together on a specific day to tackle a labor-intensive project on a […]

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Gleaning with Seacoast Eat Local!

Through a new grant from NH Farm to School, Seacoast Eat Local will be coordinating gleaning projects in the Seacoast region! Through this work we aim to make a critical connection between local farms, gardeners, and other producers, and the many food pantry’s in our area. Gleaning is an ancient practice of gathering post-harvest fruits […]

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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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Become a Member of FoodCorps

Become a FoodCorps service volunteer in 2013 and help be part of the future of food! Since August, our current crop of service members has reached nearly 40,000 kids around the country, introducing them to kale and purple carrots, bringing them out into the garden to grow and harvest, and giving them a shot at […]

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Volunteers Are The Gifts That Keep On Giving!

We are quickly approaching our last Winter Farmers’ Market before the new year! We hope you will join our wonderful set-up crew this coming weekend, Saturday, December 22nd  — there’s no doubt that the holiday market will fill you with joy and the holiday spirit! Being so close to Christmas, we are expecting some of […]

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Help Needed at Manchester Community Garden, November 13

Via the Greater Seacoast Permaculture Group: Rooting for Families Community Garden – Fall Clean Up and Expansion of Garden Beds Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Manchester, NH Tuesday, November 13, 2012 10:30 am – 2:30 pm The Rooting for Families Community Garden serves Manchester families giving them a place to grow food. It was developed in […]

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