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

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

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Each recipe has seasonal ingredients in bold that you can pick up at Sweet Beet Market. Find an ingredient spotlight at the end of the guide. Learn More
Article via NHPR
As New Hampshire’s new Department of Energy prepares to release their first update to the state’s 10-year energy strategy, a new report from the Inter... Learn More
via the Farmers Market Coalition
The Anti-Racist Farmers Market Toolkit exists to help farmers market managers make progress toward becoming anti-racist managers of anti-racist market... Learn More
Toolkit via earthday.org
Toolkit to teach students about the impacts of our food system helps them make more informed choices about their health and the planet’s health. Learn More
A reducing waste campaign with Littleton Food Coop
Start by filling out a Slash Your Trash Pledge Card, and commit to at least one of the actions listed Learn More
Blog post via The Sustainability Institute blog
UNH students Gabrielle Sott ‘22, International Business & Economics with Sustainability dual major and Briella Hirsch ‘22, Business Management and Sus... Learn More
UNH Extension in conjunction with UMaine called Jumpstart to Farm Food Safety. Participants in Jumpstart will work on their farm food safety plan with... Learn More
Article from the Environmental Mediation Center
Many people are generations removed form growing food for a living. They haven't had a farmer in their family in decades and don't understand some of ... Learn More
New England Feeding New England quarterly update meetings Learn More
Read Food Connects 2021 Annual Report Learn More