Start Your Spring Victory Garden

- From backyards, balconies, and community plots, the resurgence of the victory garden is taking place across the U.S.. Born out of necessity during times of war, Americans are turning to...

Throwback Brewery: Brewing a Sustainable Future

- It’s a brewery, it’s a farm, it’s a restaurant .. it’s Throwback Brewery! Yep, you read that right. I had the pleasure of interviewing Annette Lee and Nicole Carrier, the...

Chicken Cordon Blue-berry

- Chicken Cordon Blue-berry It’s July, which means it’s blueberry season! Is there anything that encapsulates the seacoast region of Maine and New Hampshire more than summertime blueberries? It’s kind of...

Influencing Sustainable Change at Farmers’ Markets

- Author: Emily Abrusci, UNH Sustainability Fellow Hi! My name is Emily Abrusci and I am SEL’s UNH Sustainability Fellow* for the summer of 2023. You may have seen me around...

Update from the ED: July 2023

- Beyond Our Programs: Engaging in the Food System This season’s update from Shawn Menard, Seacoast Eat Local’s Executive Director, discusses the various external projects our staff are involved in. If...

Behind the Cover

- The story behind the cover photo of Seacoast Harvest taken by Caitlyn Winders.  The newest Seacoast Harvest has now been released to the public, and hopefully you’ve been able to get...

Seedlings for Sale!

- Have you tried your green thumb out lately? It’s time to get your garden going! While some things are best direct-seeded (peas, beans etc), it is best to start most...

Early Spring Risotto

- While it may not be August with its plethora of fresh, local produce to consume – juicy tomatoes, zucchini, sweet corn… – there is still an abundance of fresh veggies...

Update from the ED: April 2023

- Join Us on the Journey This season’s update from Shawn Menard, Seacoast Eat Local’s Executive Director, discusses current initiatives to shape our work. This month is the one-year mark when...

Food Policy Update: SNAP Emergency Allotments Have Ended

- There are important changes happening this month for those receiving SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits. Since the pandemic began, EAs, or emergency allotments, have been available for individuals receiving...

Blue Heron Wines: Estate Grown Vine-to-Wine for Everyone

- Written By: Monica Christofili, Guest Contributor  Squamscott Vineyard & Winery is nestled on 12-acres at the eastern edge of Newfields, NH, south of the Great Bay. A small sign marks...