Vermont Food System Atlas

Farm to Plate is Vermont’s food system plan being implemented statewide
to increase economic development and jobs in the farm and food sector
and improve access to healthy local food for all Vermonters.


Seminar Series Teaches Cooking With Wild Game

Our streams, lakes and woods are teeming with high-quality, local food that is rooted in the Vermont’s heritage – as long as one knows how to cook it! That’s why the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is partnering with Rooted in Vermont, a program of the Vermont Farm-to-Plate Network, for a “Field-to-Fork: Wild Food Cooking Series” this July and August to help Vermonters learn more about what game foods are available all around them and how to make them into a delicious meal.

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12th Annual Tour de Farms Bike Ride through Charlotte, Ferrisburgh and Vergennes

The 2019 Tour Features Two Routes and Finishes at Eat on the Green

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Food Connects Welcomes New Sales Manager

Food Connects is excited to welcome Julicia Myers to their team as their Food Hub Sales Manager.

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Meetings & Events

Community Teaching Garden

Join us for a unique garden education program that teaches adults how to grow their own food in a fun, supportive, and cooperative learning environment through weekly lessons and hands-on garden work. Learn to plant, cultivate, harvest and preserve produce and take home as many fresh vegetables as you can grow. Choose a morning or evening class!

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Celebrate Your Farmer Social: Harlow Farm (Westminster)

Join us for farm-fresh pizza and a celebration of Harlow Farm!

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UVM Extension Crops & Soils Field Day

The UVM Extension Northwest Crops & Soils Annual Field Day is Thursday, July 25 and our theme this year is Twelve Years of Research – But Wait, There’s More! It’s a full day event and will get underway at 10 a.m. sharp with a tour of the farm and many of its research plots and experiments involving perennial grasses, soybeans, small grains, nematode trials, corn and interseeding, hemp, hops and legume trials, among other crops. Trials also test new equipment and crop management strategies. Following a BBQ lunch, in-depth workshops will be offered on cover crops, beans and corn, hemp and hops, and getting started with grazing. Participants also will learn about precision agriculture from Scott Magnan's Custom Service in St. Albans.

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Job Listings

Sales and Marketing Associate (Vermont Compost Company)

Vermont Compost Company is a leading compost and potting soil company serving organic growers.  Sales and Marketing Associate The Sales and Marketing Associate supports all tasks related to the Sales and Marketing department, while providing exceptional customer service to Vermont Compost Company clientele. This position will provide direct assistance to the management…

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Farmstand & Coffee Shop Positions at Cedar Circle Farm (Cedar Circle Farm & Education Center)

Cedar Circle Farm & Education Center in East Thetford, VT is seeking several awesome people to join our farmstand & coffee shop team for the remainder of the season.  We look for applicants who take pride in their work, are genuine and kind, and enjoy connecting with people. Working in our…

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AmeriCorps Nature Preschool Teacher (The Willowell Foundation)

The Wren’s Nest Forest Preschool (in New Haven, Vermont) seeks an enthusiastic candidate to spend a year serving with young children in a nature-based, experiential, outdoor classroom.  Come spend 9 months exploring the natural world with 3-5 year olds. Gain skills and experience in early education and land-based curriculum, while serving…

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