Category Archives: Product handling and quality

Coaching for Farmers and Food System Workers

These last couple months have been a rollercoaster of events and the world seems upside down on so many levels. Chances are good some aspect of your life is not feeling great right now and we want to be there … Continue reading

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Gearing Up for Value-Added Produce Products

Are you considering adding value added products to your mix at the farmers market, your farm stand or CSA pick-up? Join The UVM New Farmer Project’s  April 23 webinar on Creating Products from Farm Produce to learn the rules and regulations, as … Continue reading

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The Women of the First Annual New England Meat Conference

In March, I had the pleasure of attending the first annual New England Meat Conference in Concord, New Hampshire. A brainchild of a few Vermont movers and shakers — including Vermont Agency of Agriculture’s Chelsea Lewis, NOFA-Vermont’s Sam Fuller, and … Continue reading

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