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Page Title

Local Food & Community Nonprofit | Kearsarge Food Hub

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Page Description

We envision a resilient and connected community where everyone has access to healthy local food, where farmers are supported and the land is nourished and celebrated, and where neighbors share a common sense of place and purpose.

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Hub HappeningsFebruary Food Drive at Sweet Beet Market!In the NewsBradford Bridge December IssueFarming for Community & Resilience in the Kearsarge AreaBlog Posts2022 Annual ReportA deep, heartfelt thank you to our sponsors.Stay Connected

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Content Length

Word count: 1,209 words, Reading time: 4.8 minutes"Home Blog About Join the Team Meet the Team Our Structure Our Story Annual Reports In the Media Contact Support Donate 2023 Love Local Event Grow with Us Monthly Giving Business and Corporate Sponsorships 3rd Annual Community Fair Love Local Auction Thank You Sweet Beet Market Sweet Beet Market New Vendors Sweet Beet Café Sweet Beet Café The Weekend Beet Sweet Beet Farm Sweet Beet Farm Find fresh produce Food Security Food Security Education program-overview Farmer Apprenticeship Green Thumb 101 for adults Farm + Forest Club Field Trips + Farm Tours Gardening Resources Community FEED Kearsarge Abenaki Seeds Project Transition to Organic Partnership Program Blog Archive Home Blog About Join the Team Meet the Team Our Structure Our Story Annual Reports In the Media Contact Support Donate 2023 Love Local Event Grow with Us Monthly Giving Business and Corporate Sponsorships 3rd Annual Community Fair Love Local Auction Thank You Sweet Beet Market Sweet Beet Market New Vendors Sweet Beet Café Sweet Beet Café The Weekend Beet Sweet Beet Farm Sweet Beet Farm Find fresh produce Food Security Food Security Education program-overview Farmer Apprenticeship Green Thumb 101 for adults Farm + Forest Club Field Trips + Farm Tours Gardening Resources Community FEED Kearsarge Abenaki Seeds Project Transition to Organic Partnership Program Blog Archive Kearsarge Food HubFood, farms, community. Today, tomorrow, always! Visit Sweet Beet Farm. Hub HappeningsWe’re a nonprofit organization serving the greater Kearsarge Area on a mission to reinvigorate our community within a restorative local food system through cultivating food sovereignty, growing engaged learners, and nurturing community.Here’s the lates news, upcoming events, and exciting things on the horizon for KFH and our local community! February Food Drive at Sweet Beet Market!Join us in fighting hunger in the Kearsarge Region! Purchase three non-perishable items in the market for our February Food Drive, and enjoy a 10% discount on your entire purchase.Our goal this year is to collect 700+ items to distribute to our 7 local pantry partners and into our own FREEdge.Look for the Helping Hands tags in the market, or shop online to purchase single items or full cases to maximize your impact.These donations are critical at this time of year when energy and fuel costs are rising significantly and housing costs are through the roof. Learn more In the News The Kearsarge Food Hub family is celebrating our own France Hahn as a recipient of this year’s Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty award!The annual 40 Under Forty Awards recognize young leaders making a difference in NH - and that’s certainly France! France is a Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director here at KFH, and she’s been instrumental in leading the way since day one.Stay tuned to hear more from France and the entire food hub team in our 2024 Annual Meeting coming this spring. More details to come!See France’s full bio at the Union Leader website.   Bradford Bridge December IssueA lovely write up of the Three Sisters Garden at Baby Beet Farm where 3rd graders have the chance to grow and harvest corns, beans, and squash for the Abenaki Seeds project. Farming for Community & Resilience in the Kearsarge AreaThe Food Solutions New England website is now home to a writeup about our 2023 Love Local video series in an effort to lift up the important stories and experiences of what the 2023 growing season was like for local and regional farmers. Blog Posts All Blog Posts Featured Feb 21, 2024 February is for Food Drives Part One: What’s the state of Hunger in New Hampshire? Feb 21, 2024 Feb 21, 2024 Feb 3, 2024 Micro Mama’s Celebrates Solar! Resources for food & ag businesses to transition to clean energy. Feb 3, 2024 Feb 3, 2024 Jan 2, 2024 Tasty Morsels: 2023 Highlights from the KFH Community Jan 2, 2024 Jan 2, 2024 Oct 4, 2023 3rd Annual Community Fair Reflections Oct 4, 2023 Oct 4, 2023 Aug 27, 2023 NH Eats Local Part 3: How we live free + eat local. Aug 27, 2023 Aug 27, 2023 Aug 21, 2023 NH Eats Local Part 2: Economy, Farm Education, & Team Aug 21, 2023 Aug 21, 2023 Aug 13, 2023 NH Eats Local Part 1: Origins, Community, Access. Aug 13, 2023 Aug 13, 2023 Jul 30, 2023 Summer Gardening Video Series: Garden Maintenance Jul 30, 2023 Jul 30, 2023 Jun 26, 2023 Summer Gardening Video Series: In the Garden with Leon! Jun 26, 2023 Jun 26, 2023 2022 Annual ReportDearest Community, we are so very honored to present to you Kearsarge Food Hub’s 2022 Annual Report. This document contains the stories of our community service through our various nonprofit programs - from Sweet Beet Farm + Market + Cafe to food security, education, and community building efforts. At the heart of these stories are the people - the folks that make up a growing community of local food warriors, each playing an essential role in reinvigorating our community within a restorative local food system. This report is bursting at the seams with a tremendous amount of heart and dedicated, hard work. We thank all of you for being a part of this journey as we enter into our eighth year as an organization and continue to learn as we grow. It’s simply not possible without you.  2022 Annual Report A deep, heartfelt thank you to our sponsors.   Sweet Beet Market Sponsor Stay Connected Donate Sign up for our newsletters “Imagine for a moment if we once again knew, strictly as a matter of course, these few unremarkable things: What it is we are eating. Where it came from. How it found its way to our table. And what, in a true account, it really costs. We could then talk about some other things at dinner. For we would no longer need any reminding that however we choose to feed ourselves, we eat by the grace of nature, not industry, and what we’re eating is never anything more or less than the body of the world.” — Michael Pollan, The Omnivore's Dilemma All photography provided by Kearsarge Food Hub. We acknowledge that our work takes place on N’dakinna, which is the traditional ancestral homeland of the Abenaki, Pennacook and Wabanaki Peoples past and present. We acknowledge and honor with gratitude the land and waterways and the alnobak who have stewarded N’dakinna throughout the generations. Stay Connected with Email communications Back to Top 11 West Main Street, PO Box 571, Bradford, NH 03221, USA6039385323info.kearsargefoodhub@gmail.com  Powered by Squarespace"

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Internal Links

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