• NH Farm to School often partners in regional and local food trade shows

    Making Connections

    NH Farm to School often partners with other organizations across the state to organize regional and local foods trade shows where farmers and value added producers can meet potential institutional, restaurant and other buyers who would like to offer more local foods to their customers.

  • NH Farm to School Manchester School District Ethnic Food Workshops

    Manchester School District Ethnic Food Workshops

    NH Farm to School is working with the food service department of the Manchester School District to help train the cafeteria staff to serve the refugee and immigrant population within the  district. Four workshops are planned for this school year with each focused on a different segment of the student population: Asian, African, Latino and Middle Eastern. Some of the ingredients came from Fresh Start Farms, a collective of refugee and immigrant farmers.

  • 2013 NH Farm to School Healthy Recipe Challenge

    2014 Healthy Recipe Challenge

    Nate Hollins from Concord Regional Technical Center won in the high school category at the third annual NH Health Recipe Cooking Challenge held by New Hampshire Farm to School for his Mt. Washington Apple Rosemary Roasted Butternut Squash.

    Learn more about the 2014 NHFTS Healthy Recipe Cooking Challenge and how to enter!

  • NH Gleans

    In 2013, NH Farm to School coordinated a network of organizations and volunteers to increase the availability of fresh and local produce distributed to and through NH food pantries, soup kitchens, community suppers and schools. Learn more about NH Gleans.

  • NH Farm to School helps sow the seeds of healthy eating

    Sowing the seeds of healthy eating

    NH Farm to School often works with teachers, students, parents, and school administrators to develop school gardens - a great source of learning and healthy eating.

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Profiles

  • Rob Larocque - thumbnail
    Owner, Carter Hill Orchard

    Carter Hill Orchard in Concord has been owned by Rob and Annette Larocque since 2001; however, Rob has managed the farm since he graduated high school in 1972. Over the years the Larocques have... Read on...

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    North County Farmers Cooperative

    Julie Moran of North Country Farmers Cooperative picks up produce from 20 local farms and delivers to Coos County restaurants and schools. The Coop has been steadily growing adding more farms and... Read on...

  • Jeanne Pierce - thumbnail image
    Food Service Director, Exeter School District

    Jeanne has been the food service director in Exeter for 6 years. She is also the president-elect for the NH School Nutrition Association and is busy planning next fall's conference. Since becoming... Read on...

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    Administrator, NH Dept of Ed, Nutrition Programs and Services

    Cheri is very interested in the farm to school program and has actively spent some time working with a few local farmers to get local foods into the Kearsarge schools. Every other week, buffalo... Read on...

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