American Independence Museum’s Folsom Tavern (164 Water St, Exeter)
Join us for a special CSA Event with the American Independence Museum! Maybe you have never had a CSA and need to learn the basics (what’s included, what to ask, what are the benefits?) or maybe you have been a CSA customer for years and are ready to share your story and learn more about how important CSA programs are to the health and sustainability of local agriculture. Either way, this event is for you!
5:30 PM: Mix and Mingle with local farms offering CSA Programs
6:00 PM: Hear comments from Edie Barker of Barkers’ Farm in Stratham about the important connection between local farms and the communities they feed
6:30 PM: Browse Local CSA options and speak directly to the farmers!
The public is welcome to arrive and leave from this event as needed. Local participating farms will have information about their CSA programs and consumers may register for a CSA at this event if they wish. Any person who registers and pays in full for a CSA at this event will receive a free CSA cook book from Seacoast Eat Local (while supplies last). This event is made possible through the Federal Farmers Market Promotion Program Grant with the goal of increasing awareness and sales of CSAs in our region.
Please Note: Folsom Tavern is located on Water St in Exeter. Street parking is available. Unfortunately, due to the nature of this historic building, it is not handicap accessible. Participants needing accommodations should contact Seacoast Eat Local by April 15.