Become a Sponsor

Seacoast Eat Local provides local business organizations and communities the opportunity to sponsor programming initiatives throughout the year, in return for advertising space and other benefits. Our programs reach many thousands of people across the region through a mix of in-person, digital and print media. Learn more about our programs

Marketing Statistics

E-blasts: 5,700+ subscribers with an open rate of 38.5%, which is above the nonprofit national average of 25.2%
Website: 30,421 different visitors in the past year for a total of 64,947 page views
Facebook: 10,590 page likes with a reach of 130,593 people in the past year
Instagram: 3,985 followers with a reach of 11,204 people in the last year

2023 Seacoast Harvest Sponsorship Opportunities

Our flagship program, Seacoast Harvest, is back for the 17th year! This free resource lists farms, fisheries, and farmers’ markets in Rockingham, Strafford, and York counties in NH & ME. Thousands of copies are printed annually and distributed to area retailers, farmers’ markets, farm stands, medical facilities, libraries, schools, cafes, fitness centers, and other community sites. Seacoast Harvest Online gets 20,000+ unique visitors annually and is promoted by several community partners.

Click to view 2023 Seacoast Harvest Sponsorship Options

2022-2023 Winter Farmers’ Market Sponsorship Opportunities

For the 2022-2023 Winter Farmers’ Market Season, Seacoast Eat Local is offering a variety of sponsorship opportunities to local businesses. Seize the chance to get your organization in front of hundreds of farmers’ market customers and thousands of followers online. We have a total of 11 dates at two locations: Wentworth Greenhouses in Rollinsford and Cooperative Middle School in Stratham.

Click to view 2022-2023 Sponsorship Package

2023 Summer Farmers’ Market Sponsorship Opportunities

We operate summer farmers’ markets in four locations in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire: Portsmouth, Exeter, Dover, and Durham. These markets are open to the public and we accept SNAP/EBT as a payment method at all four markets. The markets are made up of a variety of different vendors who sell fruit, vegetables, meat, seafood, eggs, honey, maple syrup, baked goods, value-added foods, hot prepared food, crafts, and body care products. All of our vendors make, grow, harvest, catch, or craft 100% of the products they sell at the market. We also have musicians, nonprofits, and other guests to help make the markets community-oriented and engaging.


For more information, contact Shawn Menard, Executive Director at [email protected]