2019 Eat Local Month Resources
- Eat Like a Fish citizen science project. This one-of-a-kind research project included weekly shopping expeditions, home cooking experiments, and adventurous dinner table taste tests.
- Underwater & Overlooked: As consumers we only select a few fish species to make it to our dinner plates. The rest remain underwater and overlooked.
- Fisheries of the Future: Climate change is a long-term man-made warming trend. Climate variability is a series of natural ups and downs. Both are happening and will continue to happen. Both affect local fisheries.
More info on Seafood
- Eating with the Ecosystem is a small nonprofit with a unique mission: to promote a place-based approach to sustaining New England’s wild seafood.
- New England Seafoodies is a place where local seafood lovers can come together to learn, share, enjoy, and nerd out about our local seafood and fisheries.
Massachusetts Farmers’ Markets
In Season Produce
Eat Local Resources
- Should You Choose Locally Sourced Food for Your Restaurant?
- How Diners’ Changing Habits are Influencing Restaurant Trends
- The Southeastern Massachusetts Agricultural Partnership
Buy Fresh, Buy Local Guide
- Check out gluten-free locally sourced dining options through Gluten-Free New England!
- What is a Food System anyway? (Boston Organics)