Technical assistance

Specialty Crop Block Grant Recipients


The Northeast Dairy Business Innovation Center is looking for service providers to offer localized, cohort-based technical assistance to farmers focusing on grass-based production, local forage production or alternative management strategies.

Technical assistance providers will recruit cohorts from at least five dairy farms in the Northeast, provide individual and group on-farm technical assistance, and help participants apply for NE-DBIC grants to implement improvements. Contracts will be issued up to $ 150,000.

Tender deadline: November 19 at 4:30 p.m.

Good Food Award 2022 finalists

Twenty-six specialty food products from fifteen Vermont companies were recently named by the Good Food Foundation as finalists for the 2022 Good Food Awards.

“This wide array of high-quality Vermont companies are bringing great Vermont food to the world,” Agriculture Secretary Anson Tebbetts said. “These companies represent the wonderful food and beverage artisans of Vermont who focus on quality, creativity and commitment to their community.”

Until November 14, you can savor, celebrate and support these incredible creators through the Pop Up Shop finalists of the Good Food Awards.

ACORN Virtual Annual Meeting

Join the Addison County Relocation Network this Wednesday as they feature a virtual conversation with a panel of four women who work in different aspects of the Champlain Valley food system.

ACORN Executive Director Lindsey Berk will moderate a panel discussion while Anna Freund, Samantha Langevin, Laura La Vacca and Pauline Stevens cover a wide range of topics such as access to food, education, agriculture , work and shopping. You’ll also hear a year-round recap on local food, current challenges and opportunities, and hear what’s on the horizon for 2022 and beyond. Registration is compulsory.

Webinar: November 10 at 5:30 p.m.

Call for agro-tourism presentations

The call for presentations for the 2022 International Agrotourism Workshopis now open! Submissions are now being collected for the following types of presentations: 20 minute oral presentations, 60 minute workshops and poster presentations. Do you know anything about agrotourism that you would like to share at this year’s conference?

The 2022 International Agrotourism Workshop is scheduled from August 30 to September 1 at the Hilton Burlington hotel and is co-sponsored by the University of Vermont Extension. Click here to find more information or to submit a proposal.

Proposal deadline: November 30

Annual gathering of the farm to fork network 11/18/11/19


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.