NOFA-VT is involved in so many different projects – from providing technical assistance to organic farmers and gardeners, supporting low-income access at farmers markets by equipping markets with EBT card readers, providing training to food service directors to increase the amount of local food served in school cafeterias, and working with our state legislators and Congressional delegation to maintain the voice of organic farmers in policy issues. Voice is important. As a membership association, our job is to elevate the voices of all of our members – the commercial farmers, gardeners, homesteaders and consumers. We are all part of NOFA Nation, as I like to think of it, all working together to build healthier soils, raise healthier livestock, and provide food for all, regardless of income. 

Please review the programs (listed on the menu to the left), and let us know your thoughts and suggestions by calling (802) 434-4122, stopping by our office at 14 Pleasant Street in Richmond, VT, or send us an email at

Enid Wonnacott
Executive Director, NOFA Vermont