Growing New Hampshire's
Food, Economy, & Community

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NH Food Alliance is a statewide network that engages and connects people dedicated to growing a thriving, fair, and sustainable local food system in the Granite State.

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Statewide Gathering

March 11-12, 2021, connect with individuals, businesses, and organizations 
dedicated to improving the NH food system.

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Share Your Story

Have a great idea, project, or initiative others should know about? Or just want to get your story out there? Share with us!

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What We Do

The NH Food Alliance connects and amplifies the work of our food system partners throughout New Hampshire and New England.

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NH Food Alliance News
The Evolving Local Food System and Her Role on the House Agriculture Committee
Rep. Kuster rejoined the Agriculture Committee this Congress, where she will have an opportunity to advance the priorities of Granite State farmers, p... Learn More
The best way SAMM’s champion, Celeste Gingrass could support local farmers was by beginning New Hampshire’s very first mobile market. Learn More
The Little Jubba Central Maine Agrarian Commons is organized and shall be operated exclusively for the purpose of holding title to property, collectin... Learn More
At Kearsarge Food Hub, developing opportunities for community members to learn about local food and its benefits is integrated into every aspect of th... Learn More
Shop Our Local Table
 The Belknap Foodshed – which in it’s broadest sense will be an ag-based maker space – featuring active agriculture, food processing, education, a res... Learn More
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    NH Eats Local

    Local food means supporting your friends, your neighbors, and your state.

    Here in New Hampshire, we know that a strong local food system keeps our communities vibrant, our economy growing, and our rural landscapes healthy. When you buy and eat local food, the benefits ripple throughout the community while helping food producers, fishermen, and small businesses to thrive.

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NH Food Alliance Events