Shawn Menard

Welcome Shawn!

Seacoast Eat Local is pleased to announce Shawn Menard as the new Program Director.  Shawn joins us from the Gardiner Food Co-op in Gardiner, Maine, where he was the General…

Samm at Seabrook

SAMM is looking for summer interns!

2019 Summer Internships with Seacoast Eat Local’s SAMM Program   The mission of the Seacoast Area Mobile Market Program (SAMM), as part of Seacoast Eat Local, is to strengthen communities through…

Donate and Shop at the Fabulous Find in June!

The Fabulous Find, a 501c3 non-profit organization, is a boutique style resale shop at 139 State Rd (Route One) in Kittery which partners with different worthy, local non-profit organizations each…

Support Seacoast Harvest Today!

Support Seacoast Harvest today!   It’s that time of year again and the staff and volunteers of Seacoast Eat Local are working busily to prepare for the spring 2018 edition…

Theresa’s Post: Bitter Cold

Theresa Walker is Seacoast Eat Local’s Vice-Chair and raises Romney and Merino sheep for fiber and breed stock at her Durham, NH farm, Great Bay Wool Works We’re all eating a lot…

List Your Farm in Seacoast Harvest

It’s time to be counted! List your farm for free in the 2018-19 edition of Seacoast Harvest and be included in 12,000 print copies and our searchable online database.  …

Learn to make Sauerkraut!

Update 12/20: Tickets for our sauerkraut making workshop with Shipwreck Ferments have SOLD OUT! If you are a ticket holder, you will receive additional workshop information in early January. If you…