Now that the summer is officially over and farmer’s markets are winding down, it’s easy to forget that New Hampshire farms and producers have so many other activities starting that will last into the winter! This is a collection of our favorite agricultural activities in the Fall for some inspiration on where you and your family can go to celebrate the changing leaves and crisp air.
We are so excited to have a number of active participants in our food system speaking with us on June 28 for our next webinar!
During our webinar, we'll hear from Roe-Ann Tasoulas of Monadnock Farm and Community Coalition; Julie Moran from the North Country Farmer's Co-Op; Jillian Hall from Seacoast Eat Local; and Jesse Wright from the Upper Saco Valley Land Trust!
Read up on these speakers and the organizations they will be representing below, and make sure to visit their websites by clicking the title links.
The NH Food Alliance Action teams continue to collaborate on projects that support farm, fish, and food enterprise viability in the Granite State. From statewide, collaborative local foods education and marketing to piloting Fruit and Veggie Prescription programs, the Action Teams are putting the Viability Initiative to work! Learn more below about what the Action Teams are up to and how you can get involved!
The summer heat is beginning to set in, and with it comes festival season! Each year, New Hampshire and the broader New England region are home to dozens of festivals celebrating local food, drink, craftsmanship, and talent. By attending festivals like these, you’re supporting local food and drink businesses as well as having the opportunity to try the area’s most delicious offerings. We’ve rounded up a few of the area’s most well-known festivals, as well as a few lesser-known gems: there’s something for everyone!