Coastal Harvesters, Inc Elects New Officers

Coastal Harvesters, Inc (CHI) elected new officers at an Executive Board meeting held on June 14th. Joanne Throne, President of CHI since its founding in 2009, asked to be relieved of those duties as she has relocated part-time to the Chapel Hill area. Vice-president Bernie Tetreault agreed to step up and was elected President [...]

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Market Starts Off with a Bang

Coastal Harvesters kicked off the 2012 season of the Hatteras Island Farmers’ Market last week. New Market Manager Vicky Lowe brought in several new vendors and reconfigured the space a bit.
Here’s a quick look at some of the 2012 vendors. If you haven’t visited yet, you’re missing out! Check out the photos from Week [...]

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Students Get Involved in Hatteras Island Community Garden

As morning rain clouds broke on May 15th, fifty energetic third grade students from Cape Hatteras Elementary School piled off the bus to participate in activities at Coastal Harvester’s Hatteras Island Community Garden in Buxton. The children planted a Three Sisters Garden and a Bean Teepee as well as starting a vegetable mural on [...]

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Calling All Vendors for 2012 Season

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Garden Sites Available at Hatteras Island Community Garden

Need a spot to grow your own fresh, organic vegetables year-round? Coastal Harvesters now has garden sites available for rent at the Hatteras Island Community Garden in Buxton. Each site, comprised of a 4’ x 4’ raised-bed box filled with soil can be leased for a small yearly fee. The garden is located behind [...]

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Community Garden Grows Food for Food Pantries

Coastal Harvesters Inc. (CHI) and Dare County Master Gardeners grew an abundance of fresh produce for Hatteras Island food pantries this season. Approximately 370 pounds of locally grown vegetables were donated to the Salvo and Buxton pantries between November and March. The harvest included lettuce, collards, cabbage, broccoli, mustard greens, kale, radishes and various herbs. [...]

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