Social distancing doesn't have to mean being disconnected.
This article is reprinted with permission by Lancaster Farming
At this year's Winter Conference, we recognized people who embody some of Enid’s qualities: someone who helps agriculture flourish here in Vermont, who is deeply committed to building community, and who lives with joy, kindness, and relationships at the heart of everything.
In this monthly feature, we recognize one of our members as a way to celebrate all the amazing people who make up the NOFA-VT community.
Over the years, we've gotten more and more requests for hands-on, participatory workshops at NOFA-VT's annual winter conference. Below is a list of workshops and intensives featured in this year's event! Time to roll up your sleeves and dive in.
In this monthly feature, we recognize one of our members as a way to celebrate all the amazing people who make up the NOFA-VT community. This month we talked to long-time member and former organic farmer at Windstone Farm, Terry Marron of Williston, VT.
A poem shared with permission by one of our members and Farm to Community Mentors.
The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT), in partnership with the Vermont Department of Libraries and the Vermont Agency of Food and Markets, had a very successful Agriculture Literacy Week that featured a variety of community events. (November 18-24, 2019).
In keeping with this year's Winter Conference theme—Celebrating Our Interdependence—we are excited to announce our keynote speaker. Registration will open Monday, December 9th!
In October, the USDA reopened its comment period regarding the Origin of Livestock rule for organic dairy animals, originally proposed in 2015.