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Cornucopia Project long beans

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.

Tomatoes in the greenhouse at the Cornucopia Project in Peterborough, New Hampshire
Field Photos Project

A photo-interview series that tells the
story of our vibrant and diverse food system

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Network Cafes

A monthly conversation to learn from partners across the New Hampshire food system.

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Onion tops growing in a field
Save the Date!

Celebrate. Collaborate. Connect.
Join in for the 2023 NH Food System
Statewide Gathering on May 11, 2023

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Upcoming Events (from our Network Partners!)
Article via the New Hampshire Bulletin
New Hampshire has been awarded a $388,080 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to fund research and promotion of maple syrup Learn More
Agricultural Inspector at the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food, Regulatory Division Learn More
Blog post via Seacoast Eat Local
Update from the E.D: July-September 2022, Seacoast Eat Local Learn More
Wolfe’s Neck Center is a public resource committed to a more vibrant future for farming and food. Learn More
Article via the New Hampshire Bulletin
The Bulletin spoke with author and environmentalist Bill McKibben about the climate crisis in New Hampshire, the state’s role in addressing it, and wh... Learn More
Reporting to the New England Policy Manager, AFT is seeking a Policy Associate in the region to increase our capacity to advance policies that save fa... Learn More
Article via Monadnock Ledger Transcript
According to a survey done by the Hamilton Project in 2020, nearly one in five households of mothers with children age 12 and under experience hunger ... Learn More
Blog post via Kearsarge Food Hub
Food sovereignty is one of three guiding nonprofit initiatives that make up our mission here at the Kearsarge Food Hub. Learn More
Apply by December 15!
Acquiring Your Farm, a seven-part webinar series taking place from January to March, 2023! Learn More
2022 Winter Farmers' Market schedule for Seacoast Eat Local Learn More