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Local Food: Dover Farmers’ Market

Seacoast farmers’ markets are filling up with summer’s colorful bounty — here’s just a sampling from this week’s Dover Farmers’ Market. Above: turnips, beets, radishes and scallions from Connolly’s Gardens. Sunflowers, summer squash and cucumbers from Wake Robin Farm. Beet greens from Riverside Farm, … Continue reading

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Local Food: Gateway Farmers’ Market, York

We’ve no shortage of greens, but made a trip to the Gateway Farmers’ Market in York this weekend to supplement what’s in the garden: beets and tomatoes from Riverside Farm; field strawberries from River Lily Farm; cilantro from Moondance Farm; and tucked … Continue reading

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Field Trip: Winter Farmers’ Market

For a glimpse of local food in deep winter here in Seacoast New Hampshire >

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Holiday Farmers’ Market interlude

This time of year, as our garden slows down, we start sourcing more of our food from local farmers. The Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers’ Market, where we participate as volunteers, provides a welcome way for us to eat locally all … Continue reading

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Winter Farmers’ Market interlude

It was another beautiful Saturday at the Winter Farmers’ Market in Rollinsford, NH, with lots to choose from for holiday gift-giving — see set of photographs or slideshow.

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Winter Farmers’ Markets — Not just a summer thing

When people hear about a Winter Farmers’ Market in New Hampshire, the first thing they ask is what could there possibly be to buy, other than potatoes? Held in a light-filled greenhouse on the Seacoast, here’s just a glimpse of the … Continue reading

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