February 5, 2019 We all take lots of photos with our phone on a daily basis but the following will help you both have great pictures to share in the moment and end up with a photo library you can keep coming back to:
January 31, 2019 You may be prompted to use the Zoom app to join the meeting - it's a pretty simple one click set up, but if you don't want to do that, try another browser (in theory you should have the option to join without an app).
January 22, 2019 Click below to learn more about what we accomplished in 2018. It was a great year!
January 21, 2019 Last year at the 2018 VFN Annual Meeting we had a panel presentation on "Marketing Beyond Vermont" with a focus on food tourism. Notes from that session are found here.
January 21, 2019 Last year at the 2018 Vermont Fresh Network Annual Meeting, we had a panel discussion on Workforce Development. Notes from the conversation are found here. We checked back in with Sarah Buxton, from the Department of Labor's Workforce Development Division, for an update.
January 11, 2019 On January 11th, the Vermont Grape and Wine Council held their annual meeting to check in on how the growing season went for everyone, what their priorities were for 2019 work, marketing ideas, and legislative initiatives.
December 19, 2018 The Vermont Fresh Network began in 1996 as one of the nation's first farmer-chef networks dedicated to creating a strong local food system.
November 26, 2018 In early October, Ashley Nunez, Prepared Foods Buyer at City Market South End, traveled to the Food Tank Summit on Food Loss & Food Waste in New York City through the VFN Conference Program. City Market is now serving the follow up project to that trip - a waste reducing...
November 15, 2018
November 13, 2018 Yes, it's a post about hashtags. Why is a local food system nonprofit doing that? Especially at Thanksgiving time? Because over the last month we've received many requests to explain hashtags - more even than requests to explain turkeys or Thanksgiving wine options.