Action Teams collaborate on initiatives that further the collective goals of the NH Food Alliance, as well as the professional interests of our network partners. Action Teams are always open to new members and ideas! Contact Nicole Cardwell to get involved with an action team.
Have an idea for another action or learning team? We'd love to hear it. Contact Us
Climate & Food Action Team
Makes connections across organizations, institutions, and initiatives to ensure that food systems are a part of climate-focused activities and climate resilience is part of food system planning, policy, and initiatives. Coordinated and facilitated by the NH Food Alliance.
Racial Equity Action Team
Supports learning and information sharing about how to dismantle racism in the food system starting with our communities, our workplaces, and ourselves. Coordinated and facilitated by the NH Food Alliance.
NH Eats Local Team
- The NH Eats Local Team connects Granite Staters to New Hampshire agriculture and inspires them to support their local farmers, fishermen, and food producers. The team accomplishes this by telling the stories of our food system through collaborative public relations efforts, aligning on “eat local” messaging and shared content, providing educational opportunities, and hosting events.
- Coordinates NH Eats Local Month and develops year-round NH Eats Local campaigns
Contact: Colleen Stewart, Communications Coordinator, NH Food Alliance
NH Food Hub Network
- Building a state-wide network for food hubs, including producers, processors, aggregators, and distributors to expand market opportunities for local food producers and improve access to local food across the state
Contact: Katelyn Porter, NH Food Hub Network Coordinator
Food Access Coalition
- Brings together food system and public health professionals to advance and advocate for policies and programs that reduce food insecurity and promote equitable access to healthy and local food in New Hampshire
- The Coalition meets the fourth Wednesday of every month at 10AM. Anyone is welcome to join us to learn more!
Contact: Erin Hale, Network & Research Coordinator, NHFA