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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.

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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Partner Map

Explore NH Food Alliance Network partners using our interactive Partner Map.

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Upcoming Events (from our Network Partners!)
Report via ATTRA – Sustainable Agriculture Program
ATTRA – Sustainable Agriculture Program's publication presents an overview of the relationships between agriculture, climate disruption, and carbon se... Learn More
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The Cornell Douglas Foundation is a private, non-operating foundation established in 2006. Its mission is to provide small grants to organizations whi... Learn More
Recording presented by New Hampshire Network
The science behind the 2022 NH State Climate Assessment. Two prominent climate experts – co-authors of New Hampshire’s 2022 Climate Assessment Report ... Learn More
Read more via the New Hampshire Bulletin
Food pantries, meanwhile, have been turning away deliveries because they don’t have the storage space and the food isn’t moving off their shelves fast... Learn More
FSNE's 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge and our May Network Cafe!
Join the NH Food Alliance for two upcoming opportunities to engage in advancing racial equity across the New Hampshire food system— the 8th Annual 21-... Learn More
A Presentation Part of our 2022 Network Cafe Series
The NH Food Alliance held a Network Cafe discussion to convene discussion about two major initiatives from Food Solutions New England (FSNE). FSNE Com... Learn More
Article via the New Hampshire Bulletin
Uptake of SNAP programs in New Hampshire lags behind neighboring states, according to a new analysis estimating that only 30 percent of eligible Grani... Learn More
Resource via ChangeLab Solutions
Growing food on public property – from vacant fields, to schoolyards, parks, utility rights-of-way,  and even the rooftops of public buildings – can y... Learn More
Article via Wolfe's Neck Center
Many of the practices we use today in regenerative agriculture draw upon the work of BIPOC farmers, researchers and scientists. Dr. George Washington ... Learn More
Browse various grant programs from the USDA Rural Development Renewable Energy program Learn More