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Maple Syrup Tourism: Part Nostalgia, Part Technology

Maple syrup production utilizes new technologies to improve efficiency, while catering to tourists looking for a nostalgic experience.

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Agriculture Majors Confident About Future

Agriculture science is increasingly popular among college students who see a broader choice of careers.

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Intervale Center Farms Program Accepting Applications for 2014

The Intervale Center is accepting applications for the Farms Program in 2014, due May 31, 2013.

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Green Mountain Coffee Strengthens Vermont's Food System

GMCR commits $340,000 to 12 nonprofits working on Vermont's food system.

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City Market Welcomes New Leadership

Clem Nilan will be replaced as General Manager by Pat Burns, formerly the Coop's Director of Operations.

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FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: Vermont Capacity Building Grant

This multi-year grant is for a Vermont-based statewide non-profit that furthers social justice, protects the environment, and/or supports family farms and local food systems.

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New Food Safety Website

The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition has a new food safety website - use it to learn about the new proposed food safety rules, how to comment, and how the proposed rules will affect you.

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New Technology for an Old Craft

Solar Sweet Maple House utilizes the latest in efficient technology - and the space on the roof to make solar electricity.

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"Cultivating Gratitude" at Littlewood Farm

As farmers gain "rock-star" status around the country, farmer Joey Klein talks about the labor involved.

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Pete Johnson Named Business Person of the Year

Pete Johnson of Pete's Greens was named Vermont Small Business Person of the Year!

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