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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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Get your food system news, including events, useful resources, jobs, grants, and more from New Hampshire and beyond.

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

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Article via New Hampshire Bulletin
The forecast, sung by the legendary Bob Dylan, is simple: “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.” What does it predict for New... Learn More
The American Seafood Harvesters Marketing Practices Survey represents the first-ever national assessment of domestic seafood marketing practices. Learn More
Black Heritage Trail Of New Hampshire
Panelists will share stories of upwardly mobile Black communities and how they have recast the borders of white spaces. They will also discuss urban r... Learn More
Minority-owned businesses are not necessarily well-known. They are not necessarily plugged into the economic ecosystem in the state. The #SupportMinor... Learn More
This report is part of a larger body of applied social science research that the FrameWorks Institute has conducted in partnership with the Farming an... Learn More
In collaboration with UNH Extension, CCFAN received a grant to conduct a needs assessment research study to learn more about access to food, including... Learn More
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USDA’s Office of Urban Agriculture and Innovative Production is accepting applications for $9.5 million to support Compost and Food Waste Reduction pi... Learn More
Article via Weekly Market Bulletin
For students interested in a focused two-year course of study that will propel them into the workforce more quickly than a four-year degree and pro... Learn More
Article via Weekly Market Bulletin
Its that time of year: follow your favorite sweet treat from the local sugarbush to your table this March by taking part in New Hampshire Maple Mont... Learn More
Article via New Hampshire Bulletin
One thousand acres of New Hampshire’s Great Bay were once covered by live oyster reefs. Today, 90 percent have vanished, lost to pollution, disease, a... Learn More