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Plan your schedule for this year's Vermont Open Farm Week - get to know the places where your food comes from and the people that make it all happen. Enjoy a range of events from on-farm dinners to workshops and tours that will be uniquely crafted at every farm. Whether you stay close to home or travel to unknown corners of Vermont, you're sure to have a fantastic experience!

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20 July, 2017 - by Jasmyn Druge

Unique Workshops for Open Farm Week 2017

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Want to learn something new? Open Farm Week 2017 is home to some amazing workshops that could either help you perfect a skill or break you out of your comfort zone and discover a new passion! 

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25 June, 2014 - by Mari Omland, Green Mountain Girls Farm

Slice of Life Workshops Dish Up Farm-Fresh Learning

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Want to connect with food, people, and the land?  Look no further than this wonderful series of classes and workshops organized by the Floating Bridge Food and Farms Cooperative.  If you didn't make it to their Market Day last weekend, there are many great learning events to take part in throughout the summer and into the fall.  Check out these other great events, classes & workshops happening all over the state!  

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18 April, 2014 - by Jackie Cooper, Healthy Living Market

A Taste of Healthy Living: Braising Rabbit & Making Gnocchi in the Learning Center

This entry was originally posted on Healthy Living's Blog.  Vermont has no shortage of local ingredients, restaurants focused on local foods, and cooking classes and workshops ready to inspire.  Check out this great description of a cooking class at Healthy Living's Learning Center.

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19 March, 2014 - by DigInVT Staff

Junior Iron Chef this Weekend

Vermont has plenty of chefs inventing new recipes to highlight local ingredients every day, and we can enjoy the results of their work whenever we choose to venture out for restaurant dining (particularly using the DigInVT map. . . ). But there's one highly sought after source of local food inspiration that's not so easy for the average Vermont diner to find: the local dishes that are appearing in school cafeterias. . . particularly menu items that students help invent. This Saturday, the public has a chance to observe school-based local foods creativity at the 7th annual Junior Iron Chef competition.

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10 February, 2014 - by DigInVT Staff

Maximum Maple Overload

13 January, 2014 - by Helen Labun Jordan

Cooking Classes

When was the last time you took a cooking class? Have you ever taken a cooking class? Do you want to?

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18 November, 2013 - by Staff

Agricultural Literacy Week in Vermont

It's Agricultural Literacy Week, organized by the Farm-to-Community mentors at the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA-VT). It's a week designed to encourage Vermonters to learn more about agriculture and farms in their community.

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24 October, 2013 - by Helen Labun Jordan,

Hands On Learning Experiences on VT Farms

The historic barns, hillsides dotted with cows, and steaming sugar houses of Vermont’s working landscape have been iconic images of the state for many years. Increasingly, visitors want to do more than drive by these pastoral images. They want to roll up their sleeves, milk a cow, dig potatoes, and learn more about the food system with all five senses.

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