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
Submitted by Daniel Cantor Yalowitz, Ed.D. a developmental and cross-cultural psychologist and Dean of the SIT Graduate Institute located in Brattleboro, VT.
This post was written by Don Zasada, of Caretaker Farm, who is one of the presenters for NOFA-VT's Human Resources & Labor Management for Farmers
The second workshop in our LABOR MANAGEMENT FOR FARMERS series is entitled, "Run Your Team: Tools for Managing and Motivating Employees on the Farm" and it's going to be taught by someone
NOFA- VT is requesting your input through our ANNUAL CSA SURVEY.
Sunday’s keynote address to be replaced by a storytelling “slam” on issues of food justice
Do you know any aspiring young chefs? Are you an avid cook who would like to share your talents with local students? Are you a farmer who'd like to develop a relationship with a nearby school? If so, then the 8th Annual Jr Iron Chef VT is where you need to be!
Please submit comments to the FDA by December 15th about how the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) impacts your farm or business; FSMA, passed in 2011, represents the most sweeping changes to our nation's food safety system since the 1930s.