Seacoast Eat Local is a volunteer-based non-profit organization, and our work is made possible by passionate volunteers in the Seacoast. With diverse people offering their time and talents, we’re able to connect consumers with farmers and keep local food a vibrant aspect of Seacoast life.
Our volunteer opportunities include staffing info tables at community events, helping farmers unload at our winter markets, assisting in data collection for Seacoast Harvest, working with our SNAP/EBT & Debit program at farmers’ markets, and creating interest around many local food events.
Volunteers are inspired to help for different reasons… they may buy local food for environmental reasons, or they may delight in local food as a home chef or as a nutritionist. Some people are motivated to support local agriculture because it is a great way to contribute to our regional economy, or they may want to preserve open land in the Seacoast. Whatever your reasons are for supporting local food, Seacoast Eat Local can use your help.
Winter Farmers Markets Volunteer Sign Up
Seacoast Eat Local markets are community events and volunteers make them awesome! The morning crew helps with market set-up, assists with vendor parking, and helps unload vendor vehicles. Volunteers during the market help at the info booth and around the market, counting customers and answering questions.
Volunteers make our organization strong and our work possible! If you would like to volunteer at one of our Winter Farmers’ Markets, please contact Shelly Smith or signup for shifts by market date through these links:
November 16, Exeter
November 23, Rollinsford
December 7, Rollinsford
December 14, Exeter
December 21, Rollinsford
January 11, Exeter
January 25, Rollinsford
February 8, Exeter
February 22, Rollinsford
March 14, Exeter
March 28, Rollinsford
April 11, Exeter
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