As one of the first youth culinary competitions in the country, Jr Iron Chef VT has challenged and inspired more than 3,000 Vermont students to learn about and source local ingredients, develop recipes that inspire school meal programs, and cook whole, local foods from scratch. Jr Iron Chef VT is a program of Vermont FEED (Food Education Every Day), a partnership project of NOFA-VT and Shelburne Farms.
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Photos from 2015's 1st Annual Farmer Olympics (courtesy NOFA-VT) »
Vermont farms welcome the public into the field to dig into the local agricultural economy
The Northeast Organic Farming Association's (NOFA) 40th annual Summer Conferenc
NOFA Vermont is proud to be a featured partner of the UVM Food Systems Summit. Almost half of our staff plans to attend - if you'd like to as well, registration closes today at midnight.
Have you ever been curious if a CSA is right for you but aren’t sure where to start?
Farmers, homesteaders, and students all tend to be frugal folks, and we work hard to keep the NOFA Vermont Winter Conference accessible to as many people as possible – while still paying our great presenters for their time and managing
NOFA Vermont intern Maggie Callahan organized this Friday's Community Celebration at the Monitor Barn in Richmond (we hope you'll join us!), and provided critical support for planning Agricultural Literacy W
A successful farm requires solid business and management skills as well as the ability to judge when a tomato is ripe or a calf is sick.
This past Saturday, Bear Pond Books in
I'll admit to some hesitation when Anne-Marie Keppel first approached me about partnering with the 9th annual Montpelier Fashion Show.