Enid Wonnacott, executive director of NOFA-VT Dear Friend of NOFA-VT,

I am so thankful for the 30+ years I’ve spent with NOFA-VT and so excited about our future.  More than ever, we are committed to organic farms, healthy food and strong communities – those are values that NOFA-VT holds dear. As many of you know, I am retiring in the spring, and when I reflect on why I have been inspired by our work for so long, it all boils down to my respect for organic farmers, who nurture the land and work to grow good food for people near and far. Please help us to grow this movement of committed organic producers by contributing to our annual fund.

NOFA has played a vital role in building a strong food movement, connecting people who want to work the land, grow food for their families and advocate for the kind of agriculture they want to see in Vermont.  NOFA builds community, and now more than ever, we are driven to be in community with others.  Whether you participated in one of our on-farm pizza socials this summer, attended the winter conference or a seasonal on-farm workshop, it is important to us to create a place where community matters.

We recently revised our vision statement, as follows: Vermont is home to thriving organic farms and agriculturally-based communities that nourish people and enhance the environment. This is what we are all about; please help us attain our vision by making a year-end contribution.  Every donation matters.

Thank you, in advance, for your support!

Enid Wonnacott Enid Wonnacott, Executive Director

P.S. All donors will receive a packet of seeds from our friends at High Mowing Seeds as a thank you for your gift!

P.P.S. If you prefer to make a donation via check, please mail to NOFA-VT, PO Box 697, Richmond, VT 05477

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Thank you for supporting NOFA-VT!

Thank you for supporting our work in 2018!!


Restaurants, stores, breweries, & co-ops that participated in Share the Harvest, our annual fundraising event  for our Farm Share program, which provides subsidized CSA shares to limited-income Vermonters.


Organic farms provided with business planning services and/or production technical assistance.


Total number of producers currently certified by Vermont Organic Farmers, including 35 newly certified businesses: 11 crop, 5 dairy, 3 livestock non-dairy, 10 maple, and 6 producers of processed products. 


Farmers, gardeners, and food lovers who attended 9 summer workshops and 12 Celebrate Your Farmer pizza socials during our 2018 On-farm Workshop Series.


Number of volunteer hours donated by generous supporters to make our programs and events possible.


Number of limited-income Vermonters receiving community-supported agriculture shares through our Farm Share & Senior Farm Share Programs.


Pizzas made with our mobile, wood-fired oven at 56 events statewide.


Social media followers, including: 5,774 followers on Facebook, 1,567 on Instagram, 4,126 on Twitter,
4,621 subscribers on YouTube, and 10,152 enewsletter subscribers.

Please support NOFA Vermont Thes pictures are from the Celebrate Your Farmer Social we held at Does’ Leap Farm in East Fairfield in July 2018.  Thanks to all of the farmer hosts,  and the members and friends who attended our summer events.​

Financial support from our community members and partners is essential in allowing us to continue our work toward a more sustainable, viable, and equitable food system in Vermont and beyond. Please consider a tax-deductible donation in an amount that works for you. 

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NOFA Vermont (EIN 22-3260420) is a nonprofit, educational organization with 501(c)(3) status. Your donation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Donations can be made to our General Fund or designated for specific programs such as our Farm Share program or Farmer Emergency Fund