Vermont Organic Farm and Food Guide
This is our annual print guide to organic farms and food producers in Vermont.
You can also search the online directory here.
The Farm to Plate (F2P) Initiative, approved at the end of the 2009 Vermont legislative session, directed the Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund, in consultation with the Sustainable Agriculture Council and other stakeholders, to develop a 10-year strategic plan to strengthen Vermont’s food system.
Online Farm & Food Networks
DigInVT - from the VT Agency of Agriculture, DigInVT focuses on farm and food "trails" that offer experiences in addition to foodFarmPlate.com - this site includes many Vermont farms, restaurants, and food businesses and shows the links between them
Local Harvest - this national site includes an online store in addition to listings of farms & farmers' markets
The Addison County Relocalization network sponsors localvore challenges for Addison County residents and is compiling a directory of Addison County farms.
The Mad River Valley Localvore Project is the collaborative effort of several people in the Mad River Valley who are interested in educating people in the Mad River Valley and Vermont about the importance of eating food that has been grown and produced locally.
Post Oil Solutions is engaged in a number of projects to support and advance local agriculture as part of our effort to foster food sustainability in our bio-region. In addition to other projects, Post Oil Solutions has a localvore pod in the Brattleboro area.
Rutland Area Farm and Food Link (RAFFL)
RAFFL works to expand availability and access to locally produced foods, bolster the greater Rutland region's agricultural economy, and increase community appreciation and understanding of the positive impact of farms and farmers on the Rutland region.
Salvation Farms is a non-profit organization, citizen-based project located in Wolcott, Vermont. Our mission is to harvest excess farm produce, making it available to Vermonters in need.
Our mission is to strengthen our regional food system and increase food sustainability and security, so that all community members have access to affordable, healthy, locally produced food.
Local Banquet is a local foods and farming magazine produced in Saxons River, VT. Includes recipes and local-food event calendar.
Vital Communities, nonprofit fostering relationships that make local agriculture a vibrant part of daily community life.
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