• Our Vision

    We envision that every New England school, college and hospital will preferentially purchase healthy, regionally-grown food.

  • Who We Are

    We're a six-state network of non-profit, public and private entities working to mobilize the power of New England institutions to transform our food system.

Upcoming Events


Composting Kitchen Scraps for the School Cafeteria

| 2 pm ET | Virtual

School composting programs can take many paths: from separating food waste from trash in the cafeteria, classroom worm bins, to garden yard scraps collection and recycling. Learn about composting options for schools and how to successfully get scraps from the cafeteria to the school garden.

Commonwealth Kitchen Food Show 2023

| SoWa Power Station: 550 Harrison Ave, Boston’s South End

Taste the bold new flavors of Boston at the most innovative, inclusive, and flavorful food show the city has to offer! From dumplings and arepas to sweet treats like gourmet cupcakes and artisan chocolate, we've truly got it all. The best part? While you're indulging, you'll also have the chance to meet and support the creative, passionate, and inspiring owners behind it all. Featuring a three-hour Industry Trade Show followed by a Public Food Festival. 

Estimating Resilient Eating Patterns: NH Network Café Series

| Noon ET | Virtual

What would it take for 30% of the food consumed in New England to be regionally produced by 2030? The NH Food Alliance network addresses this question during their 2023-2024 Network Café Series through A Regional Approach to Food System Resilience, a report of foundational food system data from the New England State Food System Planners Partnership. During each Network Café, join one of the report's lead researchers to dig into the data and answer questions.

Sept 8, 2023: A Regional Approach to Food System Resilience 
Oct 6, 2023: Estimating Resilient Eating Patterns
Nov 3, 2023: Estimating Production for Regional Self Reliance
Dec 1: Economic Impact of New England’s Food System
Jan 5, 2024: Understanding Market Channels and Food Expenditures
Feb 2, 2024: Looking to our Neighbors: State Plans as Models for New Hampshire 
March 1, 2024: What's Next for New Hampshire? Looking forward as a network, part 1 of 2
April 5, 2024: What's Next for New Hampshire? Looking forward as a network, part 2 of 2

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