Category Archives: Food

Fair Trade Campaigns Updates: Fair Trade & Earth Month

Welcome to our April newsletter! As always, we hope this finds you doing well. Before we dive into news from across our network and what we have in store, we wanted to take some time to recognize and condemn the increase in anti-Asian violence we have seen across the country recently. Like you all, we were […]

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Shelburne Farms’ 2021 Updates, Celebrating Sugaring, and Climate Change Learning

About • Our Work • Calendar • Support • Blog • Visit • Stay & Dine • Gather • Farm Store Here in Shelburne, we are in the midst of spring lambing and sugaring season, and the summer growing season is around the corner. Given that the remaining course of the pandemic is still uncertain, we have decided that we will not be opening many of our on-site programs and operations in 2021. […]

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Salvation Farms (VT) is Hiring!

Join the Gleaning Coordinator lineage One of our signature programs, the Lamoille Valley Gleaning program dates back to the start of Salvation Farms (2005). The Gleaning Coordinator is responsible for providing Lamoille Valley farms with professionally-coordinated gleaning services, engaging community members in hands-on learning and farm-fresh food rescue, and coordinating the regular distribution of surplus crops […]

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News and Events from City market

Livestream: Ethan Allen Park Winter Tree ID Saturday, March 13, 2021 – 10:00am to 11:00amVirtual Class Do leafless winter trees all look the same to you? Curious about how to identify common tree species, but unsure where to start? Want to learn more about a great green space in Burlington? Join naturalist Gene O. Desideraggio […]

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Visionary Policy for Food System Transformation

Public policies matter for our food future. Join us Friday! Join us to hear from special guests about how we can advance a coordinated policy platform for our region that brings together our goals and values for food, farming, fishing and forestry. How do we best contribute to democratic transformation and governance of a New England food system […]

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Vermont Research News – School funding, tax fairness, new history books and more…

twitter | facebook | website| instagram Biodiversity loss in forests According to a report about US forest compositions, Vermont will experience a change in the types of trees present in its forests over the next 200 years. Red spruce and eastern hemlock populations are projected to decline, while Sugar Maple and American Birch trees will […]

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Growing Together: February Newsletter from Vermont Community Garden Network

February 2021 Garden EventsGet the network involved by submitting your next event directly to our submission page. Webinars, courses, conferences, one-time or reoccurring events, all apply! See what’s coming up on our Statewide Garden Calendar Fund Your GardenVisit our website for a regularly updated list of garden-related grants. Find upcoming grants on our Garden Grants page […]

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Upcoming events from City Market. We ♥ Local Cider Tasting, A Mosaic of Flavor, and Oakledge Winter Forest Tree ID

Livestream: Paint-along Workshop Sunday, January 31, 2021 – 12:00pm to 1:30pmVirtual Class Join us for a relaxing acrylic painting lesson from the comfort of your own home! The event is sponsored in part by Arts So Wonderful and hosted by a local artist Kadina Malicbegovic of www.littleartsyfaces.com. She’ll introduce participants to her favorite art techniques, then […]

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