NOFA Vermont is engaged with a broad range of public policy issues of interest to our members and related to our programs in organic agriculture, local food systems, and consumer education.
Grants, loans, and business planning services available for Vermont farmers.
Assists limited-income Vermonters in obtaining farm fresh fruits and vegetables through partially-subsidized community supported agriculture (CSA) shares with local farms.
Expanding agricultural awareness by developing a community understanding of agriculture and to develop on-going relationships between communities, schools, and their local farms.
A two-year mentoring program for beginning farmers in the first few years of running their own farming enterprise in Vermont.
NOFA-VT's mobile, wood-fired oven visits over 50 events each year to educate, inspire, and share the flavors of Vermont's farms.
Vermont Organic Farmers provides organic certification services for farmers and processors in Vermont.
Information, services and support for beginning and established dairy, livestock, fruit, and vegetable growers.
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