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Receive up to $5,000 per school for seed money for initial efforts. Ideas range from bicycle and pedestrian safety programs; incentive prizes such as helmets, pedometers, and water bottles for participating youngsters; healthy snacks for children and volunteers; and costs for publicizing an event.

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BERLIN - Two high-tech commercial greenhouses expected to produce 15 million heads of lettuce and eight million pounds of tomatoes a year were approved unanimously by the Berlin Planning Board.

From greenhouse to table in one day.

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During the fall of 2016, an assessment was conducted of healthy food access activities and initiatives across the statewide HEAL Community Network. The aim was to identify opportunities to better integrate and elevate food-systems work throughout the network. 
 

The NH Food Alliance is now seeking people to join one of five Action Teams (Education, Market Development, Food Access, Land Resources, and Fisheries) that will coordinate implementation of these specific actions and advance the Enterprise Viability Initiative (EVI).

 

NHBR: Our director, Terry Johnson, writes about how communities with more active opportunities can boost the NH Economy.

 

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In 2016, the Enterprise Viability Working Group identified specific, priority actions for the Alliance to collaborate on as a network. They are now seeking people to join one of five Action Teams (Education, Market Development, Food Access, Land Resources, and Fisheries) that will coordinate implementation of these specific actions and advance the Enterprise Viability Initiative (EVI). 

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