Category Archives: Food

City Market classes & events: Grain Free Baking, Southern Comfort, and Winter Farmers’ Market

Drop In: Healthy Halloween Snacks for Kids Thursday, October 31, 2019 – 9:30am to 11:30am Community Room, South End Store (map) Join us for a fun morning of making healthy Halloween-themed snacks! We will make pretzel & cheese broomsticks, clementine “pumpkins”, and fruit monster faces. This is a drop-in event, so no need to sign […]

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NOFA-VT NEWS: Jobs at NOFA, Organic Food guide, Agricultural Literacy Week, and more!

NOFA Vermont E-Newsletter • OCTOBER 2019 The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont is a member-supported non-profit organization:  JOIN US!  NOFA-VT IS GROWING! NOFA-VT is hiring for a Farm to School Program Director, a Market Development Director, and a Farm Business Advisor. Join us! Check out the full job descriptions » FIND LOCAL, ORGANIC FOOD Check […]

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City Market classes and events: Mindful Eating Workshop, Healthy Halloween Snacks for Kids, and Intro to Veggie Fermentation with Sobremesa

The Art and Science of Kombucha Wednesday, October 16, 2019 – 5:30pm to 7:00pm City Market, Downtown Store (map) Start making kombucha at home! Kombucha is a fermentation of sweetened tea. In this class, we’ll learn how to make it and also discuss why fermented foods are so beneficial. Participants will take home a “scoby” […]

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Champlain College Apiary Honey is Here! Thursdays 12-2 PM in IDX atrium

The Champlain College Apiary had a great summer and we’re happy to share this year’s honey harvest and beeswax products with you. Apiary manager, Bridget Manning, will be in the IDX atrium from 12-2 PM  every Thursday until the holidays –take home your favorite bee products and support our campus apiary with your purchase! Can’t […]

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NOFA-VT NEWS: Jobs at NOFA, Organic Food guide, Agricultural Literacy Week, and more!

NOFA Vermont E-Newsletter • OCTOBER 2019 The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont is a member-supported non-profit organization:  JOIN US!  NOFA-VT IS GROWING! NOFA-VT is hiring for a Farm to School Program Director, a Market Development Director, and a Farm Business Advisor. Join us! Check out the full job descriptions » FIND LOCAL, ORGANIC FOOD Check […]

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October at the Intervale Center

INTERVALE CENTER Sustaining farms, land, and people since 1988 Fall in the Intervale is arguably the most pleasant time of year. The sunny and cool days lend themselves to incredible walks on our (new and improved!) trails and offer comfortable weather for farmers and our Conservation Nursery staff to accomplish bountiful fall harvests. In fact, […]

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Upcoming events & classes with City Market

No Fuss Kitchen: Gluten Free Brunch Sunday, September 29, 2019 – 10:00am to 12:00pm Community Teaching Kitchen, South End Store (map) Cooking without gluten can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. In this hands-on cooking class, we will cover the fundamentals of cooking your favorite brunch meals without gluten and talk about strategies […]

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Early September News from Shelburne Farms: Mobilizing Climate Action for Health, Celebrating Abenaki Agriculture, and a Late Summer Recipe

Join us at the Farm Barn for our 41st Annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, September 21 from 10AM–4PM! It’s a full-day celebration of Vermont forest, farm, and food traditions for the whole family. Want to support the event? Harvest Festival is free for members. Renew your membership today and volunteer to help! Mobilizing Climate Action for Health MONDAY, 9.23 • 7:30-9PM @ […]

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Volunteer Opportunities with the Intervale Center in September

Glean and Garden With Us! We believe that all Vermonters should have access to—and be able to afford and enjoy—fresh, locally-grown food. Intervale Gleaning and Food Rescue develops sustainable solutions to improve food access in Vermont. Utilizing primarily volunteer labor, the program gleans and rescues fresh food from Intervale farms during the growing season and […]

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