The April 1st Seven Days article Sacred Cows pointedly highlighted the relationship between accepted (and some unacceptable) agricultural practices and the need to protect water quality in our state.
The new cohort of NOFA-VT’s 2015 Journey Farmers gathered in Richmond, Vermont for a Sonoran-themed lunch and educational workshop on April 18.
by Laura Nunziata, Vermont Organic Farmers Congratulations to Red Hen Bakery’s Randy George!
Our double-value voucher needs a new name, and we need your help
By Maddie Monty, NOFA Vermont Office Manager and Policy Advisor
NOFA-VT will receive $227,661 through USDA’s Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive (FINI) grant program as part of Wholesome Wave’s $3.77 million grant
If you are a farmer that wants to sign-up to participate, please visit www.diginvt.com/blog/openfarmweekforfarmers before July 1!
When: Wed, May 6, 2015 at 7:00 pm Where: Merrill’s Roxy Cinemas, Burlington, VT Tickets: $15 general / $12 NOFA-VT and City Market Members
The VT FEED Farm to School Institute is a unique year-long professional development opportunity being offered to ten diverse school teams from Vermont and, this year thanks to an USDA Farm to School Grant, the Northeast.
The 33rd Annual NOFA Vermont Winter Conference was held February 14-16 at the University of Vermont (UVM) in Burlington.
[by Andrea Solazzo, Gleaning and Community Outreach Coordinator at Vermont Foodbank]
NOFA Vermont is a member of the Working Lands Partnership, a collaborative effort that is working to support local agriculture and forestry, grow and attract farm and forest entrepreneurs, and conserve Vermont’s Working Landscap