Category Archives: Food

Events and Classes from City Market

A Force To Be Reckoned With Part 6: BIPOC Womxn and Femmes: Navigating Vermont’s Food System Thursday, October 15, 2020 – 12:00pm to 1:00pmOnline WebinarThe purpose of this panel is to support, celebrate, and reflect on the contributions of BIPOC womxn and femmes in Vermont’s food system. Together we explore their experiences as business owners, earth tenders, […]

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Quality Assurance position with Kingdom Creamery (VT)

Quality Assurance / Food Safety Manager  Kingdom Creamery, a growing dairy foods company in beautiful Northeastern Vermont, is looking for a self-motivated  individual with attention to detail to fill its QA / Food Safety Manager position. This part time (25hr/wk), permanent, salaried position is responsible for all food safety and quality programs, and reports directly […]

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News from Shelburne Farms: Outdoor Learning Spaces, Farm Walks in Vermont, and a Beet Recipe

Our walking trails have remained open through 2020, and it has been inspiring to welcome so many new and returning visitors on the Farm to stretch their legs, settle their minds, and safely connect with one another. Dig In Vermont has collected a list of farms open to walkers all over the state: visit Farm Walk Across Vermont […]

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Pick & Design Your Own Market Bouquet, ShiftMeals Webinar Series, and Outdoor Yoga!

A Force To Be Reckoned With Part 1: COVID-19 and Vermont’s Changing Food System Thursday, September 10, 2020 – 12:00pm to 1:00pmOnline Webinar Vermont’s food system is critical to our economy, state identity, and quality of life, with over 64,000 Vermonters employed by farms and food related businesses. The arrival of COVID-19 rattled the food […]

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Vermont Research Newsletter: Line dancing, bobcats, copper mines and more…

share | tweet | forward Line dancing between Vermont and QuebecFor the communities of Stanstead, Quebec and Derby Line on the Canada-US border, the presence of US Border Control is present in all aspects of life. A recent article examining the effects of increased security in the region following the attacks of 9/11 explains the current dynamic through […]

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Gardeners: our community needs you

reposting from Brian Lowe • Chief Innovation Officer, Burlington brian@burlingtonvt.gov Gardeners, experienced or aspiring, the City is trying to organize & collect 100,000 pounds of fresh local produce for Feeding Chittenden, our local food shelf. Demand for fresh fruits and veggies is high, so your contributions are needed and will help our friends and neighbors. The […]

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2020 Fair Trade Conference Sessions Now Live

 ‌  ‌  ‌FAIR TRADE 101NEWS 2020 National Conference Session Recordings Now Live! Thank you to all who joined us online for our Virtual 2020 National Conference back in March. It was an engaging, insightful three days of panels, workshops and keynote speakers discussing how we can innovate for a just and sustainable future. A question that is more important […]

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Vermont Victory Gardens: Seeking Volunteers!

The coronavirus pandemic and resulting lockdown is causing an economic crisis the likes of which most of us have not seen in our lifetimes. Vermonters impacted by this crisis will need more food, for many months to come. Can you join us in a new project, Vermont Victory Gardens, to help our communities grow food for those who […]

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🌼 Celebrate Spring with VT Land Trust: virtual events, nature education, local food

Even in the midst of uncertainty, spring is arriving. Cardinals are singing, silver maples are blooming, wood frogs and peepers are calling, bluebirds are flitting around yards, and pussy willows are bursting out of their shiny buds. “What a comfort it is to be in nature, where spring is happening despite it all,” writes VLT’s Liz Thompson.  We’re […]

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