The pictures above are from the Celebrate Your Farmer pizza social held at Wildstone Farm in Pownal, the first ever Farm Hop fundraiser at Maple Wind Farm in Richmond, and Donegan dairy farm in Charlotte. Thanks to all of the farmer hosts, and the members and friends who attended our summer events.
Dear Friend of NOFA-VT,
I write with deep gratitude for your support of NOFA-VT over the last year. Since our beloved director Enid Wonnacott passed away almost a year ago, it’s been a time of both grieving and reflecting on the last thirty years of community building. I am humbled by the power of this wonderful community. Thank you for welcoming me to the NOFA family.
We stand at a critical moment in history. The work that NOFA-VT does—to support organic farming practices that nourish land, sustain farmers, and build a just food system—is more needed than ever. Organic farming practices fight climate change and grow biodiversity. Food access work nourishes all children. Farm viability supports rural communities and landscapes. Local, organic farmers feed us all and support a resilient local food system.
You are the reason we can deliver on this ambitious and vital work. Please join us and contribute your support to our Annual Appeal.
Your generosity is a vote for the (agri)culture we all know can heal the world.
Grace Oedel, NOFA-VT Executive Director
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.
Highlights from our work in 2019
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.