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The NH Food Alliance connects the many diverse organizations, businesses, and individuals working to strengthen the food system across New Hampshire. By collaborating and learning from each other, we share knowledge and resources, build relationships, create a common agenda, and achieve greater positive impact throughout the state. Our first initiative, released in the fall of 2015, is focused on strengthening farm, fish, and food enterprise viability in the Granite State. 

Read:

The Farm, Fish, and Food Enterprise Viability Initiative

Home Grown: The Economic Impact of Local Food Systems in New Hampshire

From the blog

6/30/17
This post was originally published on the NH Food Alliance website . It's already feels like summer outside, but the Action Teams have diligently working to implement their respective action plans. Look below to see what each of the teams has been up to. Education The Education Action Team has recently focused its efforts on reviewing the processes and strategies outlined in the Vermont Farm to
1/10/17
The Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success ( ORIS ) has been operating and developing their New American Sustainable Agricultural Program ( NASAP ) since 2012, primarily running their training program out of their Dunbarton Fresh Start Farms location along with a few other sites. After five years of operations, which resulted in significant soil building and infrastructure, we have
11/10/16
This post was originally published October 26, 2016 on Feeding America’s website . Never at a loss for fun ways to highlight good work, chefs at the New Hampshire Food Bank paired up with the Manchester Community Farmers Market this season to encourage people to embrace “the Uglies.” Food banks have always accepted ‘salvage’, non-perishable food that is of high quality and safe for human
11/3/16
By Elodie Reed, Concord Monitor staff Wednesday, November 2, 2016 Food is an undeniable key ingredient to political campaigns. It lent the setting (and sustenance) for Donald Trump’s January Red Arrow Diner stop in Manchester, where he now has a cheeseburger named after him. It gave a fun twist to Hillary Clinton’s 2015 swing by the Moo’s Place dairy bar in Derry, where she ordered a kiddie-sized
9/1/16
By Elodie Reed, Concord Monitor staff Tuesday, August 30, 2016 New Hampshire has lost 16 percent of its dairy farms in just eight months, and Stew Yeaton is worried his might be next. Yeaton, who runs the fifth-generation Yeaton Farm in Epsom with his brother Bill, said prolonged low milk prices, combined with this summer’s drought, have made for tough times. “We should have cut this field a

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