Welcome to Seacoast Harvest, your guide to the farms, farmers’ markets, CSAs, and farm stands of Rockingham, Strafford, and York Counties of New Hampshire and Maine. Produced annually by Seacoast Eat Local, Seacoast Harvest is made possible through the generous work of many volunteers and support from our
Seacoast Eat Local connects people with sources of locally grown foods and advocates 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. We organize winter farmers’ markets, produce Seacoast Harvest, provide a SNAP/EBT acceptance and incentives program at farmers’ markets and farm stands, operate the first and only mobile farmers market program- the Seacoast Area Mobile Market (SAMM), sponsor workshops and events, and provide information through our email newsletter, blog and website, www.seacoasteatlocal.org
Seacoast Harvest, our local farm and food guide, provides the community with information on area farms, farmers’ markets, CSA programs, farm stands, and food pantries stocked with fresh food, as well as farmers’ markets that participate in SNAP.
Publishing this guide is possible only with your help! Seacoast Harvest is a non-profit venture; we do not charge consumers for the guide nor do farmers pay for their listing. This means Seacoast Harvest relies upon the generosity of individuals, businesses, nonprofits, and other organizations that sponsor its publication.
Please donate today! Donations of all sizes are welcome. If you are able to donate $25, we will mail you a copy as soon as it is published in late spring. All donations are tax-deductible.
Please make checks payable to “Seacoast Eat Local” and mail to 2 Washington St, Ste 331 Dover, NH 03820, or donate securely online.
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Project Coordinator: Shelly Smith
Illustration: Nathan Walker
Photos: Sara Zoe Patterson and Brendan Cornwell
Layout: Brendan Cornwell
Website Support: Andre Gagnon
Printing: R.C. Brayshaw & Company, Inc.