This year’s edition of Seacoast Harvest, our fifth, is almost ready, and we’re tantalizingly close to reaching our fundraising goal. If you’ve stopped by the Seacoast Eat Local table at our Winter Farmers’ Markets or attended a Slow Food Seacoast event, you’ve probably picked up a copy. Together we co-produce this local food guide annually to ensure that you’re getting the most up-to-date information on local farms and farmers’ markets.
To continue making Seacoast Harvest available free to consumers, we’re asking for your help. The Seacoast Eat Local team needs to raise $2,000 more to print 8,000 copies of this year’s guide. We’ve already raised $9,000 from small businesses and farmers, and through personal donations from people like you who care about local food.
If you would like to help, you can make a personal donation by clicking on this link: Donate to Seacoast Eat Local be sure to specify “Seacoast Eat Local” as your donation destination. Contributions of all amounts are welcome, $25 or more and a hot-off-the presses copy will be sent to you directly! For information on how your organization or business can become a sponsor, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Help us continue to get the good word out about local food!