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New Hampshire

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

8/3/15
On a picturesque, sunny July day, I had the opportunity to get out on the water for a tour of Fox Point Oysters. Located in Little Bay, part of the Great Bay Estuary in New Hampshire, Fox Point Oysters provides fresh, sustainable, and delicious oysters. Behind the farm stands Laura Ward, an artist by training who got hooked on to oyster farming in 2012. The farm currently spans across 1.5 acres,
5/14/15
According to The World Watch Institute, nearly half of the fish consumed today is raised on a fish farm, not wild caught. While both harvest of wild fish and fish farming have their cons, could aquaculture be a real opportunity to increase sustainable food production in NH? Many political leaders, humanitarian organization and scientist are looking to aquaculture as the way move forward in
3/5/15
Local Foods Plymouth: Our Mission Since 2006, Local Foods Plymouth (LFP) has been offering an alternative farmer’s market to the greater Plymouth, NH region. The mission of LFP is to connect local farmers and area residents in order to support local agriculture and community. This is accomplished through an online outlet offering locally made, raised, or grown products. LFP aims to encourage
2/19/15
The purpose: To provide healthy and local proteins to students, to support NH fishermen by developing new markets for sustainable species of fish caught in the Gulf of Maine, and to educate the next generation of fish eaters and consumers. The project: Get fish caught by a NH fisherman onto to the lunch trays of schools on the seacoast. The project began with a fish tasting by school food service
2/12/15
A growing number of people in New Hampshire want to support local businesses. I celebrate this. Local business owners, entrepreneurs and employees are economic heroes and deserve our support. There are many ways to support a local business; some more effective than others. The easiest way, of course, is to be a steady customer and encourage others to do the same, through conversation, offering a

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Featured image courtesy of John Benford Photography