“Vermont Farm Kids: Rooted in the Land,” was produced by Maria Reade, a farmer, freelance writer, and photographer, and James Chandler, a local filmmaker. This short documentary depicts the unique and poignant stories of kids and young adults (ages 10-28) who’ve grown up on a farm in Vermont.
The film expresses the importance of what it means to each child to grow up on their own farm, and how those experiences have shaped their lives.
NOFA-VT is available to co-host public event screenings. If interested in hosting a screening, please contact Misse Axelrod [email protected] (802) 279-1548.
This project has been made possible by sponsors from Farm Credit East, the Johnson Family Foundation, and the Forrest and Frances Lattner Foundation.