Explore Vermont’s Food System
We founded Sel de la Terre in 2019 with the aim of strengthening food systems in our home state of Vermont, and beyond. If you grow or produce food, sell it, or eat it, our services are for you! We teach; we cook at retreat centers and for special events; we…
At Sel de la Terre, we work in cooking education, recipe development, journalism, and as consultants to support businesses that are part of sustainable food systems. We believe that in order to have healthy soil, healthy communities, and healthy bodies, we need agricultural operations, food service businesses, and consumers to be aligned in a commitment to thoughtfully-produced ingredients, and to the idea that eating joyfully, and ethically, is linked to overall wellness. To that end, we teach, we cook, and we collaborate with others who share our ideals. We're excited to work in Vermont, our home, and to connect with, and build roots in, other communities throughout the United States.
cooking classes, pop-up dinners, consulting, marketing services, press releases, recipe development, menu creation, retreat cooking, traveling chef, campfire cooking
CategoriesAgriculture and culinary tourism, Food system media, Marketing consultants, Support organization: Marketing, Support organization: Food Production, Support organization: Food Processing or Manufacturing, Caterer, Support organization: Retail Food Outlets, Cooking / nutrition classes, Fitness / nutrition programs, Localvore / Transition Town / Community group, Support organization: Food Access and Nutrition, General food system education, Adult / continuing education, Support organization: Education, Marketing, Other: Business Planning and Technical Assistance, Research / Consulting
105 Pearl Street
Essex Junction, Vermont 05452
The Vermont Farm Show is Vermont’s premier agricultural event and has existed in one form or another since 1931. It is a three-day event that occurs in late January. The current show format was organized by the Agency of Agriculture in 1957 and the show has been held…
Vermont Farm Show
105 Pearl Street
Essex Junction Vermont, 05452
CategoriesAgriculture and culinary tourism, Food system media, Local food directories, Marketing consultants, Support organization: Marketing, Other: Marketing, Agricultural equipment, Animal feed producer or supplier, Beekeeper supplier, Compost producer or supplier, Feed store, Fertilizer supplier, Land access / conservation, Livestock breeder, Maple sugaring supplies and equipment, Nursery / greenhouse, Pest and disease control, Regulatory authority, Seed producer or supplier, Soil / mulch producer or supplier, Support organization: Farm Inputs, Other: Farm Inputs, Dairy, Maple syrup, Grains, Oilseeds, Honey / Apiary, Hops, Vineyard (grapes), Fish / Seafood, Herbs, Mushrooms, Support organization: Food Production, Other: Food Production, Bakery, Grain mill, Brewery, Cider mill, Coffee Roasters, Distillery / Spirits, Non-alcoholic beverages, Winery, Fluid milk, Cheese, Ice Cream, Yogurt, Other dairy processing, Slaughterhouse, Meat processing, Chocolatier, Maple candy / sugar, All other confectionaries, Specialty foods / snacks, Food incubator, Shared-use commercial kitchen, Co-packer / contract manufacturer, Support organization: Food Processing or Manufacturing, Other: Food Processing or Manufacturing, Aggregation facility / food hub, Distributor, Dry storage facility, Cold / refrigerated storage facility, Broker / sourcer, Support organization: Food Distribution or Storage, Other: Food Distribution or Storage, Compost producer or supplier, Private hauler, Waste management district / facility, Regulatory authority, Support organization: Nutrient Management, Other: Nutrient Management, Career and Technical Education Center, Colleges / Universities, Internship / Apprenticeship / Mentorship programs, Incubator programs, Support organization: Workforce Development, Other: Workforce Development, Access to capital, Accounting and taxes, Feasibility and planning, Human resources, Infrastructure, Land access, Legal and estate planning, Marketing, Packaging and safety, Production / Processing technical assistance, Regulations and permits, Other: Business Planning and Technical Assistance, Custom Cropping, Fruits, Vegetables, Berries, Nuts, Beef, Poultry, Eggs, Pork, Lamb, Goat, Cidery / Hard Cider, Maltery / Malt, Tea, Food Scrap Drop Off Location, Adult / continuing education, Technology solutions
I am the Direct Markets Coordinator for NOFA-VT, working with farmers markets and farmers who have farm stands or offer CSAs. I attended the University of Vermont, earning a degree in Community & International Development. I did two years of AmeriCorps service, including one year with AmeriCorps VISTA doing poverty remediation work in Vermont. Later I lived at an urban farm co-op in Portland, Oregon prior to attending Antioch University New England where I earned a degree in Environmental Education focused on climate change and the food system. Most recently, I spent over three years as the Community Engagement Coordinator for the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (MOFGA). I love to cook and do all things related to food, including growing and processing it. I currently live in Brattleboro.
CategoriesGeneral food system education, Farm to School programs, Internship / Apprenticeship / Mentorship programs, Adult / continuing education, Other: Education, Feasibility and planning, Legal and estate planning, Marketing, Production / Processing technical assistance, Other: Business Planning and Technical Assistance, Advocacy organization, Adult / continuing education
EmpowR co-creates personal, organizational, and cultural transformation. Our mission is to co-create cultures of empathy, healing, community, and accountability centered in equity and belonging. Personal support sessions, professional development, facilitation, consulting services, educational programs, and community events are designed to empower holistic wellness, cultivate healthy communication, and build compassionate culture. EmpowR…
Rae (she/her) is a dialogue facilitator, culture builder, communication strategist, healing navigator, and intuitive arts practitioner. She works at the intersection of health, communication, culture change, and consciousness. She is the founder of EmpowR, a container for personal, organizational, and cultural transformation accountable to transformative justice and emergent strategy principles. Rae approaches transformative justice with a deep empathy and understanding of the vast and varied entry points for change. Rae lives in Plainfield, Vermont with her partner and animals where they facilitate educational programs, healing events, and change making retreats. They steward a forest sanctuary and grow organic and wildcrafted medicinal herbs.
dialogue facilitation, culture building, communication strategy, retreats, educational programs, events, consulting, support
CategoriesAgriculture and culinary tourism, Food system media, Marketing consultants, Support organization: Marketing, Land access / conservation, Other: Food Production, Community / public garden, Support organization: Food Access and Nutrition, Adult / continuing education, Support organization: Education, Internship / Apprenticeship / Mentorship programs, Support organization: Workforce Development, Human resources, Marketing, Other: Business Planning and Technical Assistance
49B Grove St.
Burlington, Vermont 05401
49B Grove St.
Burlington Vermont, 05401
I work with mission-focused businesses to improve workflow and operational efficiency, and I do a lot of hiring and recruiting! I love supporting Vermont's growers and makers. Find me at operationsplusconsulting.com.
Hiring, recruiting, strategy, employee policies, software solutions