NOFA-VT will work this school year with four elementary schools around Vermont, and their 4th grade classes on a Farm to School United States Department of Agriculture Grant Project (FTS USDA Grant).
After more than 30 years of coordinating the NOFA Vermont Bulk Order, NOFA has decided to close the program. While the number of certified organic farmers and organic gardeners continues to grow, the number and volume of orders has continued to decline for the past 5 years.
Thank you to everyone who helped make this first Farm Hop a success! All proceeds from this walk will go to support NOFA-VT’s Farm Share program, which provides limited income Vermonters with access to reduced cost fresh foods through local CSA farms. Why do we walk in the Farm Hop? We walk to bring community to farmers, to take time to hear their experience, and to say thank you!
On Tuesday, August 6th 2019, farmers and farm crews came together at the Intervale Community Farm in Burlington to compete for the gold at this mid-season extravaganza.
Vermont farmers will go for the gourd at the 5th Annual NOFA-VT Farmer Olympics. Teams of farmers from all over Vermont will convene from 4:00 to 8:00 pm on Tuesday, August 6th at the Intervale Community Farm in Burlington.
In this monthly feature, we recognize one of our members as a way to celebrate all the wonderful people who make up the NOFA-VT community. This month we talked to John & Joy Primmer of Wildstone Farm in Pownal, Vermont.
For year one of a two-year ‘School to Farm’ USDA-funded project, we helped build relationships between Dorset Elementary 4th grade with nearby Yoder Farm and Randolph Elementary school students worked with Silloway Farm. Throughout this past school year, students v
The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT) is pleased to announce Grace Oedel will be leading the organization as its new Executive Director, starting July 1, 2019.
“Vermont Farm Kids: Rooted in the Land” is a documentary photo exhibit and film celebrating the lives of a diverse array of youth who have grown up in farming families.
MAY'S MEMBER OF THE MONTH: Elizabeth King (Jericho, VT)
This spring, 31 trees are being planted on farms across the state to represent Enid's 31 years with NOFA-VT, but it's not going to stop there. We invite you to help spread the love and keep Enid's legacy alive by planting a fruit tree that is part of a statewide orchard.
Winter Conference participants were given the opportunity to share written and recorded memories of Enid. Below, listen to some stories that were recorded at the event.