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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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NH Food and Agriculture Strategic Plan

We are spearheading a strategic
plan for our food system.
And we need you to get involved!

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August is NH Eats Local Month!

Partner with us for a 31 day celebration of local food and align your business or organization with the eat local movement in the Granite State.

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Finding Funding

Head to our grant round up page to access a filterable list of grants open to farmers, non profits, and other food system organizations

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Upcoming Events (from our Network Partners!)
Civics 101: New Hampshire is a series exploring the government of our lovely, rambunctious home state. Learn More
Article via the New Hampshire Bulletin
A subcommittee focusing on agriculture will include New Hampshire farm finance expert and Epsom resident Gary Matteson, senior vice president at the F... 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
Rural Energy for America Program Success Story via USDA Rural Development
$18,875 contribution from USDA Rural Development, Manning Hill Farm will enjoy debt-free energy independence within roughly seven years Learn More
Browse the NH Center for Nonprofits Consultant Resource Bank for grant writing, fundraising, Learn More
Podcast via The America Farmland Trust
In American Farmland Trust's new podcast, “No Farms No Future,” hear from farmers and ranchers as they make the tough decisions that will shape their ... 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