A community conversation about increasing resilience through local food production and working lands
Join Vital Communities, Land for Good, and other partners to talk about the working lands that feed and sustain our community in a series of three virtual forums in New Hampshire titled “Community Resilience through Local Food Security.” Each forum focuses on a different region within New Hampshire and involves specific to that region.
The pandemic has highlighted the critical importance of local farms and working lands. Hear from neighbor farmers about their land challenges and successes and learn about land access tools from Land for Good.
Connect with your neighbors and farmers as we break in smaller groups to talk about the nut and bolts of increasing productive farmland in the region, how to increase resilience through local food security, and how farms are adapting to climate change.
October 20, 6:30-8 pm: Lebanon/Mascoma Valley
Join the Hanover Co-op Food Stores and local farmers.
October 27, 6:30-8 pm: Kearsarge Region
November 2, 6:30-8 pm: Claremont/Newport area
Join Beaver Pond Farm, the Upper Valley Land Trust, and others.