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Doing Good New Hampshire with Alexis Dwyer

This week I had the privilege of speaking with Alexis Dwyer, a Program Specialist at the New Hampshire Department of Education in the Office of Nutrition Programs and Services, and a food justice advocate. Alexis was born and raised in Tampa, Florida and when an AmeriCorps position opened up with Cooking Matters® New Hampshire at […]

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7 Recreational Rail Trails In New Hampshire

The state of New Hampshire is home to dozens of recreational rail-trails that are used year-round by hikers, bikers, cross-country skiers, snowshoers, OHRVs, equestrians, and sled dogs. #1. Presidential Range Rail Trail Towns: Whitefield to Gorham Counties: Coos Length: 18 miles The Presidential Range Rail Trail begins at Cherry Pond in Whitefield, passing through the Silvio O. […]

The front door at Stepping Stones, a new resource for homeless youth in Greater Nashua.

Stepping Stones Provides a Path for Nashua Youth

Just as important as education in New Hampshire are the programs and people who facilitate access to education. And if you’re a homeless youth, you may find just the paperwork itself to be a major barrier. That’s where Stepping Stones comes in. Stepping Stones Founded just 9 weeks ago, Stepping Stones seeks to support homeless […]

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Southern Comfort in NH

Madear’s has been an amazing addition to downtown Pembroke! Their southern Louisiana-inspired menu has been brightening my takeout routine for months and my stomach and I are so thrilled about it. As a Black-owned business and LGBTQ+ friendly hangout, they are a fantastic, welcoming neighbor and I cannot wait to attend some events in-person in […]