Resources & Stories


Access to physical and mental health care is directly connected to farm viability and quality of life. Health care costs and the cost of living have far outpaced gains in...
“Food security exists when all people, at all times, have physical, social, and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food that meets their dietary needs and food preferences for...
Over the past 40 years, Vermont made substantial investment and progress in farmland conservation, permanently conserving 15-20% of the state’s farmland. Farmers have greatly benefited from ongoing, coordinated conservation efforts...
Child care is fundamental to household economics, and therefore farm economics. Farmers with children must continuously negotiate access to affordable child care as the needs of their children and families...


Water quality technology and employment training at Vermont Tech
Vermont brewery industry gets a hand navigating state regulations and improving sustainability
Vermont Maple Sugar Makers Tap into the Cutting Edge of Energy Savings
Green Mountain Farm Direct connects farmers with school, restaurants & institutions in the Northeast Kingdom