Programs

Soil NOFA-VT is involved in so many different projects and initiatives, working to elevate the voices of all of our members—commercial farmers, gardeners, homesteaders and consumers. The programs listed below highlight some of the ways we have worked to meet our key objectives: growing the demand for organic food, growing the supply of organic food, and raising our voice. Your support and participation in our work is integral to our success, and we appreciate all of you around the state and region who support our work to build a better agricultural system in Vermont.

Growing the demand for organic.

Growing the demand for organic food in Vermont means creating relationships between farmers and eaters, making farmers markets, CSAs, and farmstands more accessible to low-income Vermonters, and providing support to schools and institutional buyers to purchase local & organic foods.

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Growing the supply of organic.

NOFA Vermont works to grow the supply of organic food while supporting the viability of organic farms. Our staff and team of farm advisors provide services and programs that help farmers at all levels of development reach their business and quality of life goals. 

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Raising our voice for organic.

NOFA Vermont is committed to advocating for policies that strengthen our food system by supporting organic farming practices, improving economic opportunities for farmers, and expanding access to local and organic foods for all Vermonters.

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    Let us know your thoughts and suggestions by calling (802) 434-4122, stopping by our office at 14 Pleasant Street in Richmond, VT, or send us an email at [email protected].