Margo Clark Joins the SEL Team in Outreach Role

Seacoast Eat Local is proud to introduce Margo Clark as our incoming Market Outreach and Support team member!
Margo first started with Seacoast Eat Local by interning at the SNAP booth at the Rochester and Somersworth summer markets in 2016. Inspired by the work and impact of her experience, she has continued her work as the SNAP Coordinator at the Exeter and Portsmouth summer markets, and now assisting with Marketing and Support.
Margo’s passions include access to local food and nutrition education. She studied Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems at the University of New Hampshire where these passions grew. She is also serving as an AmeriCorps member with Cooking Matters based at the NH Food Bank in Manchester, a program that offers cooking classes to individuals and families who are food insecure. The cooking classes are based on learning to create delicious, nutritious, affordable meals. In her free time, Margo loves exploring the beautiful landscapes in New Hampshire and Maine such as hiking in the Whites or enjoying the Seacoast’s multiple beaches. All the while munching on local produce of course!
In Margo’s new, part time role with Seacoast Eat Local she will be supporting existing markets and coordinating expanded outreach efforts including advertising campaigns, information distribution and representing the organization at various community groups and committees. Seacoast Eat Local values Margo for her enthusiasm, passion and dedication and is excited to welcome her back in this new role.
Reach out to Margo by e-mail at [email protected]

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