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April 22, 2019 From Putney to the Islands, and many places in between, Vermont has more wineries than you may realize. Check them out on DigInVT or via the Vermont Grape & Wine Council. More and more, we are becoming known as a wine region producing interesting and unique products.
April 15, 2019 This winter we had many VFN member renewals and several new members.
March 25, 2019 Lake Champlain Tasting Trail Tells the Story of Vermont’s Sustainable Agricultural Heritage
March 19, 2019 Position: Vermont Open Farm Week Coordinator
February 25, 2019 We are no longer accepting applications - THANK YOU. The Vermont Fresh Network is now hiring for a program associate. The program associate will undertake a variety of administrative and project-related tasks. This is a new position that will assist the Executive Director and Membership Manager.The Vermont Fresh Network (VFN)...
February 23, 2019 Our members represented both the Vermont Fresh Network and DigInVT at the NOFA-VT winter conference.
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.
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...
October 31, 2018 Don't wait! Deadlines are fast approaching to reserve a local bird. Find your Vermont-raised turkey today using our handy guide.
October 17, 2018 The Vermont Fresh Network is working with UVM Extension, the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, and the Vermont Department of Tourism to build an International Tasting Trail with partners in upstate New York, Quebec and Ontario. DigInVT is the platform for the Vermont section of this trail.