We're currently looking for two people to join the NOFA team - one as a Farm to Community Mentor for Orleans and Caledonia counties, and one to be our Mobile Oven Baker for the summer and fall event season. We also have a few intern positions still open.
Special update from NOFA's policy advisor, Dave Rogers!
Looking for an interesting, meaningful gift for a loved one, or something to brighten up your springtime attire (now that spring seems finally to have consented to arrive)?
NOFA-VT and the Vermont Farmers Market Association (VTFMA) work closely to support farmers' market across the state. The latest in our series of featured markets is the Middlebury Farmers' Market.
We're looking for several motivated, articulate students who are passionate about local, organic agriculture and food systems - and who like to have fun - to join us this summer. All interns will:
We are exited to debut our new short film, Organic Matters, as part of the NOFA Vermont Winter Conference FarmsTED talks this morning!
There are still openings for youth ages 6-12 at our Children's Conference this weekend! The Children's Conference happens at the University of Vermont, simultaneously to the adult conference, but you don't have to be an adult attendee at the Winter Conference in order
This article is part of the NOFA Vermont Dairy and Livestock Technical Assistance Program.
The Winter Conference isn't just for farmers – there are over 20 workshops this year designed with homesteaders and gardeners in mind!
The Vermont Senate Agricultural Committee has been hearing testimony on the GMO Labeling bill for weeks – ever since the legislative session opened in early January.
The NOFA-VT Winter Conference brings together organic growers and eaters from across the food system.
Each year, we make this space available for people to coordinate homesharing over the conference weekend. Please leave a comment on this post if you have space for conference-goers to stay, or if you are looking for a place to stay.