The ultimate way to experience the fall foliage this season is by horseback on a 100-acre Vermont family farm with gentle horses and knowledgeable guides.
Every Friday through the end of October at Billings Farm & Museum, visitors can learn about the history, importance, and uses of traditional vegetable varieties as they are prepared in the farmhouse kitchen.
Join Farmhouse Pottery for our Harvest Pie Social.
14 years and Counting ….
Who can resist pork? We'll work with various cuts of pork to prepare spicy barbecued baby back pork ribs, pork schnitzel, braised pork loin with orange and sweet potatoes.
A Unique event honoring the Gilfeather Turnip- recently designated Vermont's State Vegetable.
Stowe Restaurant Week: October 23-29, 2016 The charming little town of Stowe has fashioned a dining experience that is on par with many cities.
Ben & Jerry's decorates the grounds out in all kinds of Halloween Fun.
In honor of National Co-op Month, the Rutland Area Food Co-op and VSECU are co-presenting a free community screening of "Food For Change" on Wednesday, October 26th at the Community College of Vermont’s Rutland Campus.
With this interactive and hands-on tour, participants will learn how to shop for affordable, fresh, long-lasting, and nutritious foods at City Market.
Come enjoy the beauty and bounty of harvest season on a historic working farm in Vermont! The focus of this retreat will be learning to draw or paint from nature.
Let's spin wool, dip candles, and make butter while comparing a young person's life on the farm in the 1800s and today.
Lake Champlain Chocolates will be celebrating its own version of the national Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos.
Scott Farm Orchard and the Vermont Fresh Network will co-host our 9th annual harvest dinner at the farm’s apple barn.
The film "Forgotten Farms" follows several family farms and examines class divisions and cultural divides in farm and food communities.
Join us and the Flying Pig Bookstore for an evening with New York Times best-selling author and international phenomenon, James Rebanks.
What is a durable economy, and how is it created and sustained? How are our food systems incorporated into our communities? What roles do local farms and food distributors play in developing a healthy, vibrant community? These questions and more will be discussed on Friday, November 4th, beginning at 5 p.
Join Brew Your Own November 4 & 5, 2016 in Burlington, Vermont for either 1 or 2 days of small-class, hands-on, full-day brewing learning experiences.