August 10, 2017 Each year, Forum attendees sample through the vast offerings and select the taste that rises to the top - the Best Bite. This year, we asked our guests to choose the Best Sip as well. Here are the winners!
August 10, 2017 Our Annual Forum Fundraising Dinner may have grown over the years and while it's no longer a Forum, so to speak, it showcases the true magnificence of the Network - incredible, dedicated producers sharing and celebrating Vermont grown ingredients with care and love.
August 10, 2017 This year, at the VFN Annual Forum Dinner on August 6th, the Network turned 21! To celebrate, our Network spirit producers and bartenders teamed up to create custom cocktails for the evening featuring Vermont spirits and ingredients.
July 13, 2017 The VFN Silent Auction returns for year two! Bidding is now open.
July 12, 2017 Though it's unofficial, July is the cheesiest month of the year - the Vermont Cheesemakers Festival takes over Shelburne Farms on August 16th and ushers in a string of national and worldwide cheese competitions where Vermont producers win big.
July 10, 2017 The Vermont Fresh Network is running a pilot program in partnership with the VBSR Marketplace - and we’re inviting all VFN Members to participate.
June 28, 2017 Meet Walter Jeffries, farmer - and now butcher - at Sugar Mountain Farm in West Topsham.
June 28, 2017 VFN member chefs and restaurant staff have an appreciation for - and often an obsession with - fresh, local, unique ingredients. Vermont farmers provide the bulk of their needs, but a natural curiosity drives many chefs to the garden as well.
June 14, 2017 If you are looking to visit Hooker Mountain Farm Distillery, don’t look for an industrial complex or warehouse – instead, keep your eyes peeled for the (possibly pants-less) 5-year-old running down the farm road to greet you.
June 14, 2017 29 years ago Bob and Sara were married on the land that is now Sandiwood Farm. Boasting incredible 360 views, breathtaking sunsets and beautiful moonrises they knew this was the place they would build their home-farm and raise their family.