Category Archives: Winter Farmers Markets

How to Eat Local in the Winter

By Caitlin Porter, Seacoast Eat Local Intern Right now is the peak of summer produce! Eating locally and in season is easy this time of year, but when the colder months roll in it can get a little more difficult. Planning while most foods are at their peak will make it much easier to enjoy […]

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Join us at our last Winter Farmers’ Market of the season, Saturday April 11

It is hard to believe the Winter Farmers’ Market season is coming to a close! We are excited to invite you to our last market of the season at Exeter High School on Saturday April 11 from 10-2. It will be our Greens, Eggs, & Ham market with a Spring Greens Tasting, Information and Recipes […]

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Kids’ Corner: An Ode to Eggs

An Ode to Eggs By Trey Ferdyn, Age 11 Hi! I’m Trey, and I have a favorite food. Some of you guys might have favorite foods like ice cream, or pizza, or chocolate chip cookies, but mine is different. My favorite food is eggs. Ok, I know it sounds weird, but I really love eggs! […]

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March 28 is Dairy Day & Kids’ Day at Market!

There was a time when New Hampshire was dotted with dairies and milk came fresh to your front door. Times have changed and so has the farm landscape, but fresh local dairy is still in abundant supply if you know where to look! Our March 28th Market is celebrating local dairy in many forms. The […]

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Kids’ Day at the Winter Farmers’ Market March 28th!

Spring is just around the corner and the days are getting longer. The warmer days and sunny skies have many families yearning to break free from winter hibernation. Seacoast Eat Local has you covered with our first Kids’ Day at the Winter Farmers’ Market, Saturday March 28th from 10am-2pm at Exeter High School in Exeter, New […]

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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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The Ultimate Pi Day at the Winter Farmers’ Market!

This year the Winter Farmers’ Market falls on the ultimate Pi Day of our lifetime! Celebrate with farmers and friends by Volunteering at the market to be there when the Pi(es) align at 3/14/15 9:26 & 53 seconds! We’ll be at Wentworth Greenhouses in Rollinsford from 10-2. It is going to be awesome day with Sandra Koski returning to […]

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Drink Local Tasting Event – Meet the Guests!

Seacoast Eat Local will be hosting a Drink Local Tasting Event during the next Winter Farmers’ Market. The event takes place March 14th from 11:00am-1:30pm at the Wentworth Greenhouses in Rollinsford, NH. The Winter Market runs from 10am – 2pm, so there will still be plenty of time to stock up on local foods. Seacoast […]

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Beer & Bread Day at the Winter Farmers’ Market

The next Winter Farmers’ Market on March 14th will be our Beer & Bread Day market at the Wentworth Greenhouses in Rollinsford, NH. The market runs from 10-2 and will be our last winter market at that location this season! (Don’t worry we’ve still got 2 more left at Exeter High School.) Be sure to mark […]

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Seacoast Eat Local’s ‘Drink Local’ Tasting at Market!

We are very excited to announce that during the March 14th Winter Farmers’ Market at Wentworth Greenhouses, Seacoast Eat Local will be hosting our first ever, ‘Drink Local’ Tasting Event! We believe in connecting people with the farms that grow their food and local food producers that do their part to source from area farms. This […]

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