Resources & Stories


A guide that was created to discuss the impact of Racism and Discrimination on the Mental Health of our Black Communities. Topics include: How Racism Causes Mental Health Issues, The Importance of Culturally Competent Care, Why Don’t Black People Seek Mental Health Help, Black Mental Health Providers.
The first public presentation of the Plan, to the legislature on February 11, 2021.
After this workshop, you will understand how Plan relates to your community or professional work, and how you and your community can use it to advance that work. The Plan can help you with background research, strategic decisions, grant applications, and building impactful relationships across Vermont. This version of the workshop was designed especially for local community food and farm advocates.
In this webinar we will be discussing how your organization, business, institution etc. can use different pieces of the Plan to strengthen applications for philanthropic, state, and federal grant funding. Participants will also leave with a template for including language about the Plan in applications and letters of support. Food organizations and businesses of all types, scales, and stages are encouraged to attend.


A Letter from Farm to Plate Director Jake Claro to the Vermont General Assembly and Governor Phil Scott
New toolkit to help Vermont towns, cities, and regions increase food access.
Pies for People is a community-building initiative that brings together volunteers, gleaned local produce, and the spirit of giving.
Increasing access to fresh fruits and vegetables for all NEK residents