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Vermont Farm to School Network

vermontfarmtoschool.org
rsanbornstoneREMOVETHISBEFORESENDING@gmail.com
(802) 985-0318
1611 Harbor Rd
Shelburne, Vermont 05482

We provide statewide leadership, coordination, and advocacy to advance new and existing Farm to School efforts in Vermont classrooms, cafeterias and communities. Our vision is for every Vermont student and school community to be engaged in a local food and farm culture that nurtures children’s health, cultivates viable farms, and builds vibrant communities. We maintain a listserve for Farm to School practitioners and programs, host Network events and trainings, and advocate for policies that support Farm to School work.

People

Name Title Phone
Rebecca Stone
Communications Consultant 802-392-8037
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I am Principal of Community Workshop, a small Vermont consulting firm working to help build vibrant, engaged communities. I work with organizations and communities across the country on creative engagement, resilience, placemaking, communications, program development and planning. Current projects and clients include Vermont FEED and the Vermont Farm to School Network, Resilient Vermont Network, Community Resilience Organizations, Bethel University, and the EPA Local Foods for Local Places program. In my free time, I love to get my hands dirty with my two young girls, tending our backyard garden, orchard and chickens. www.communityworkshopllc.com
Ginger Farineau
(802) 318-3969
Megan Camp
802-985-8686
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Megan Camp serves as Vice President and Program Director at Shelburne Farms providing leadership for organizational and educational program development. Much of her work over her 30 years at the Farm has focused on building public private partnerships to conduct research, influence policy, and build networks to strengthen Education for Sustainability in Vermont and around the world. Megan helped create and facilitate a multi-stakeholder process that resulted in the state of Vermont incorporating the nation’s first education standards for sustainability. She also fostered collaboration between Shelburne Farms and the Burlington School District, which led to the opening of the first public K-5 sustainability-themed magnet school in the country in 2009. Along with the Directors of NOFA Vermont and Food Works at Two Rivers she co-founded Vermont’s nationally recognized Farm to School program VT FEED. She was also a founding board member of the Farm-Based Education Network . Megan currently serves on the boards of the Castanea Foundation, the Vermont Council on Rural Development, the Vermont Fresh Network, and the Energy Action Network. She also serves on the Vermont Sustainable Agriculture Council, the Farm to Plate Steering Committee and the University of Vermont College of Agriculture and Life Sciences advisory board.

Categories

  • Marketing
    • Food system media
  • Food Distribution or Storage
    • Support organization: Food Distribution or Storage
  • Food Access and Nutrition
    • Child meal site / nutrition programs
  • Education
    • General food system education
    • Farm to School programs
    • Adult / continuing education
    • Support organization: Education
  • Regulations and Public Policy
    • Advocacy organization

Products

network, listserve, events


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