Latest Past Events

The Sunflower Journey: Seed to Oil

Coppal House Farm 118 North River Rd (RT 155), Lee

Join us on an unforgettable adventure at Coppal House Farm and witness the sunflower's incredible journey from seed to oil! You may have seen the majestic blooms at our Sunflower Festival, but now you have the chance to discover the fascinating process behind this versatile crop. Led by the owners, Carol and John Hutton, this...

Organic Gardening 101: Applying Proven Farm Practices to Your Home Garden

Fat Peach Farm 181 Drew Rd, Madbury

Saturday May 6th from 10:30-12:00 181 Drew Rd, Madbury, NH Fat Peach Farm Sliding scale of $10-$30 per person Capacity of 25 people Have you ever wanted to tend a garden, but don't know where to start? Have you been gardening for years, but have questions you want answered? Join us at Fat Peach Farm...

$10 – $30

Black Trumpet Dinner 2023

Black Trumpet Bistro 29 Ceres St, Portsmouth

  Join us on the evening of January 23rd for a memorable night of the area's best local food fare at one of our region's most acclaimed restaurants. Renowned Chef and four-time James Beard Award Semi-Finalist Evan Mallett will be preparing a five-course meal at his famed Portsmouth location, Black Trumpet Bistro. Proceeds from the...


Seacoast Eat Local cultivates a thriving food economy by building bridges between regional food producers and consumers. Our vision is that the Seacoast Region will have a vibrant, diverse community of successful farms and food producers and ever-expanding access for consumers. In dedication to this mission, we operate four primary programs: Farmers' Markets, the Seacoast Harvest Local Food Guide, SNAP/EBT and incentives services, and consumer education programs. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and any donation made to support our work is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Seacoast Eat Local's tax ID number is 45-2547575