Recent Updates to SNAP: What You Should Know

Blog post by: Carina Berglund, Dietetic Intern Upcoming Changes to SNAP Benefits The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is a program from the U.S Department of Agriculture that provides monthly…

Our Food Has A Story: Trippy Acres Farm

Blog Post By: Carina Berglund, Dietetic Intern From nursing to farming: I talked with Melissa of Trippy Acres to learn more about their farm and what has motivated them to…

Summer Ratatouille Recipe

Blog Post Written By: Briella Hirsch, UNH Sustainability Fellow We are creating a spin-off of the classic French dish, Ratatouille. This delicious recipe utilizes all of the late-summer vegetables- eggplant,…

Summer Staple: Tuna Pasta Salad

Blog Post Written By: Briella Hirsch, UNH Sustainability Fellow We have the perfect dish for you to bring to your next summer cookout or gathering! Many of these ingredients can…

Easy Lemon-Garlic Kale Salad

Blog Post Written By: Briella Hirsch, UNH Fellow It’s official, we have kicked off our new pilot program, Refresh! We at Seacoast Eat Local are proud to be partnering with…

COVID-19 and Local Food Access

The increase in unemployment has left many of our neighbors food insecure. Food insecurity is not a new problem, however it is growing more rapidly due to the increased rate…

SNAP Can Now Be Used at Some Farm Stands

SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), formally known as food stamps, has historically been accepted at grocery stores, farmers’ markets, and only a select amount of farm stands. However, with the…

Two Recipes to Try While in Quarantine

Post by UNH Student and Seacoast Eat Local Intern, Chris G. Having been a few weeks since Seacoast Eat Local’s winter markets have been operational due to social distancing practices…