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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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Sorting long beans at the Cornucopia Project in Peterborough, New Hampshire
2021-22 Annual Report

Learn about the yearly work and
impact of the NH Food Alliance,
its network, and teams.

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Upcoming Events (from our Network Partners!)
The Big Green DAO Grants Round 4 is open to nonprofits working in food justice, gardening, or food security. Learn More
Hosted by Jen Risley of The Local Crowd Upper Valley
Catch up on an info session on crowdfunding projects throughThe Local Crowd Upper Valley, led by Jen Risley, who coordinates TLCUV and runs national p... Learn More
The House Agriculture Committee is accepting input from producers, stakeholders, and consumers on how various Farm Bill programs are working for them,... Learn More
How Fresh Start Farms helps new Americans blossom by nurturing their farming roots.
Fresh Start Farms is a Manchester-based program of the Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success (ORIS). Since 2008, Fresh Start Farms has assist... Learn More
Newsletter via WBUR's Cooked Newsletter
For my three-week newsletter “Cooked: the search for sustainable eats,” I spent six months talking to anyone who could help me understand how our food... Learn More
New Hampshire’s only all women-owned brewery on brewing a sustainable beer industry, one pint at a time
From homebrewing, to selling brews out of a warehouse, to opening a 12-acre working farm, brewery, and restaurant, Nicole Carrier and Annette Lee have... Learn More
Report via COLSA and the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station
However, farmers and their many stakeholders began collaborating on exciting new DTC models, spurred by the necessity of keeping their operations – an... Learn More
Article via NCAT
When Don and Marcia Lyons started SeaLyon Farm in 2017, it was what they describe as a “clean slate.” “ATTRA got us started on the right foot and gave... Learn More
July 2022 Update: New England Feeding New England: Cultivating A Reliable Food Supply Project Learn More
Article via NHPR
New Hampshire’s plan for dealing with trash was last updated almost two decades ago, in 2003. But a new draft from the state’s Department of Environme... Learn More