Vermont would not be the state we love without our farmers.
“There are consequences to voicing views and supporting policies that harm the most vulnerable and historically oppressed in our society – transgender, queer, people of color, indigenous people, and undocumented foreign workers,” Fireovid was advised.
A federal grant will help state officials and not-for-profits expand the purchase and distribution of goat meat to the refugee and New American communities.
Farmers young and old have been named to the Vermont Agriculture Hall of Fame. They’re being celebrated today at the Champlain Valley Fair.
A new state law requires farmers to report annual surface water withdrawals to the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets.
The severe drought out west is severely reducing food production. And 18% of Vermont is in ‘moderate drought,’ with most of the rest ‘abnormally dry.’
The cannabis tour bus – an old school bus – will meet customers at local bars and then bring them to nearby cannabis farms. Legal retail sales in shops begin as soon as October 1.
“I never saw myself milking this many cows, but with the boys and the way things are, it’s a good thing we are,” Loren Wood said.
2022 Vermont maple syrup production totaled a record high 2.55 million gallons, most ever and (as usual) first in the nation.
The Health Department is collaborating with state farm and wildlife experts to monitor and investigate reports of the highly-contagious strain of the avian flue that has reached Vermont wild birds and backyard poultry.