Enjoy a 5-course gourmet meal at Agricola Farm, a small livestock farm located in the agricultural community of Panton (close to Vergennes).
Strolling of the Heifers presents the 5th annual Slow Living Summit in downtown Brattleboro VT — a conference focused on the development of nurturing and mutually supportive communities, bioregions and economic systems.
Come learn the core principles of traditional diets, inspired by the teachings of the Weston A.
It’s a community block party! The central block of Main Street will be closed to traffic to make room for food and craft vendors, entertainment of all kinds, music and dancing in the street.
Master Brewer Paul Hale of Queen City Brewing will be here and he is bringing 5 of their killer beers – it’s a complete tap takeover! Burlington based Queen City produces a variety of Old World traditional ales and lagers, as well as several unique specialty beers.
As the first tender vegetables appear, we will use them to make extraordinary dishes based on traditions from across Europe, ranging from the Mediterranean to Scandinavia.
Learn the secrets to making naturally leavened sourdough breads with artisan bread baker Dan Wing, co-author of The Bread Builders: Hearth Loaves and Masonry Ovens.
The world-famous Strolling of the Heifers Parade is the centerpiece of Stroll Weekend, June 5-7, 2015.
One of the most popular parts of the Slow Living Expo is our annual Goat Olympics, in which young goats from Gay and Dan Foster’s Hollyhock Farm in Putney, VT race each other to be the first to their feeding bowls.
Cheese is always a great attraction at the Stroll and this year we will be honoring it in a new way at our Cheese Demo Tent, presented by the Brattleboro Food Coop, Cabot Creamery and Grafton Village Cheese with participation from the Vermont Cheese Council and individual cheese makers.
Explore southern Vermont’s scenic countryside during this set of guided tours at a group of unique farms that are open to the public and presenting special activities and tours on June 7.
Our Farmers Breakfast will be at The Marina Restaurant, on the waterfront at 28 Spring Tree Road, Brattleboro, on Sunday, June 7, 2015 from 9 a.
The fifth annual Tour de Heifer happens on Sunday, June 7, 2015! The Tour is a set of highly scenic rides with 15-mile, 30-mile and 60-mile routes.
Starting this summer, Kimball Brook Farm will be offering Sunday Dinner at the Farm!
Come enjoy wholesome organic milk, grass fed meat, and naturally grown vegetables from our farm.
Starting this summer, Kimball Brook Farm will be offering Sunday Dinner at the Farm.
The UVM Food Systems Summit is an annual event drawing scholars, practitioners, and food systems leaders to engage in dialogue on the pressing food systems issues facing our world.
An exploration of Scandinavian foodways, using the wild and cultivated bounty of Vermont.
Come join us for cheese making classes at Trevin Farms.