NH’s Harvest of the Month: Tomatoes
Overwhelmed by the bounty at your local market? Focus in on the New Hampshire Harvest of the Month—tomatoes! Buy locally grown tomatoes at farmers’ market, farm stand, grocery, or co-op.
Explore more information, including recipes, about New Hampshire Harvest of the Month.
Meet You at the Market
The best way to celebrate a lot of local food all at the same time— heading to your community’s farmers’ market. Explore the market and purchase a local product you’ve never tried.
Find a farmers’ market near you with the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food’s 2022 Farmers’ Market List and UNH Extension’s Farm and Food Products Map. Also: celebrate National Farmers’ Market Week, August 7-13 with Farmers’ Market Coalition, more about that here.
Dine out, Dine Local
Breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner, many Granite State restaurants are serving locally grown and produced foods. Find a restaurant that sources locally and grab a table.
NH Magazine and The Hippo newspaper often feature local restaurants, many who source local ingredients from their menus. Head to their website to get your dine out, dine local on!
Let’s get local… in the kitchen! Head out to a farmers’ market, farm stand, or market that sells local food, source local ingredients, and whip up a tasty meal.
Get some tips and tricks for cooking with local food at home from Cooking Matters and UNH Nutrition Connections. Also, look out for monthly cooking classes with the Co-op Food Stores and the Monadnock Food Co-op.
Harvest Your Own
Fresh picked! Find a pick-your-own farm or farm stand near you and haul in a harvest.
Find a harvest your own farm or farm stand across New Hampshire with NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food’s 2022 Harvest Your Own List and UNH Extension’s Farm and Food Products Map.
Crazy for a CSA!
Sign up for a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) or CSF (Community Supported Fishery) share. Or unbox the CSA or CSF you’re already a part of!
Learn about CSAs across New Hampshire with NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food’s 2022 CSA List and UNH Extension’s Farm and Food Products Map. Learn more about NH Community Seafood’s CSF program here.