Details for the 2015 conference will be announced this winter. See below for 2014 offerings.
The NOFA Hospitality table will be stocked with local breads, cheese, apples, and other snacks to keep you fueled for a long day of learning. Cider and hot tea will be available for drinks; our friends at Vermont Coffee Company will have coffee available by donation as well.
Plus, look for freshly roasted root veggies from the NOFA-VT mobile oven outside the Davis Center!
|Saturday: Turkey Tikka Masla & Tofu Tikka Masala, Apple Celaric Slaw, Green Salad, and Dessert||Sunday: Sloppy Farmer Joes & Sloppy Lentil Joes, Magenta Root Slaw, Green Salad, and Dessert|
Locally-sourced lunches are prepared by UVM Sodexo with recipes from the cookbook New School Cuisine, developed with help from NOFA Vermont as a partner in Vermont FEED. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options are available.
Lunches do sell out! We cannot guarantee lunches to walk-in registrants. Other options for food on campus are limited, especially on Sunday, when many on-campus dining areas are closed. Click here to explore UVM's dining services' locations, menus, and hours.
There are also lunch options at Fletcher Allen Hospital; the Harvest Cafe in the McClure Lobby is particlarly well-known for quality, locally-sourced food.
You may also bring a bag lunch and join us in the dining room.
Sunday Ice Cream Social
Close the conference with our famous ice cream social, thanks to the generosity of our friends at Strafford Organic Creamery.
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