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Farm to Institution New England
(802) 436-4067
3 Linden Road
Hartland, VT 05048

We're a six-state network of non-profit, public and private entities working collaboratively to strengthen our food system by increasing the amount of New England-grown and processed food served in our region’s schools, hospitals, colleges and other institutions. We envision that every New England institution will preferentially purchase regionally produced food.


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Peter Allison
Director (802) 436-4067
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I work with two networks that are designed to support farm to school and farm to institution initiatives in specific regions: the Upper Valley through the Upper Valley Farm to School Network; and New England, through Farm to Institution New England.
Network Groups: Food Access
Peter Allison
Coordinator (802) 291-2019
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Peter coordinates Farm to Institution New England (FINE) and directs the Upper Valley Farm to School Network (UVFTS)
Kaitlin Haskins
Riley Neugebauer
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I have focused much of my working life after graduation from Allegheny College on sustainability and food systems, community organizing, and youth engagement. She served previously at both American University and Skidmore College as a Sustainability Coordinator and has helped both of those campuses start successful CSA programs with local farmers, and spent significant time at Skidmore in partnerships with students, faculty, dining services, distributors, and the Real Food Challenge to assess and analyze the local food purchases of the college and collaborate on plans to increase these purchases. Riley also worked with Center for Whole Communities and Knoll Farm in the Mad River Valley of Vermont. Riley currently serves as the Farm & Sea to Campus Coordinator for Farm to Institution New England (FINE), and is based in midcoast Maine.
Erica Morrell
Policy Fellow
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Phd, Public Policy and Sociology. Mellon C3 Postdoctoral Fellow, Middlebury College (Food Studies and Sociology). Policy Fellow, Farm to Institution New England. Food justice researcher--Detroit and Cleveland's food movement. First food justice researcher--Navajo Nation Breastfeeding Coalition, African American Breastfeeding Network, Reaching Our Sisters Everywhere. Urban farmer, nature lover, optimist.


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