Resource Guide: Vermont New Farmer Network Member Organization
Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT)
Dairy and Livestock Technical Assistance Program
Raising organic livestock can be challenging; the DLTA program can answer your questions and provide advice.
Vegetable and Fruit Technical Assistance Program
If you have questions about growing vegetables and fruits organically in Vermont, our Veggie and Fruit TA program is here to help.
Apprentice and Willing Workers Program
Having the opportunity to work on an organic farm is a valuable and rewarding form of education. To aid interested individuals in their search for farm experience, NOFA Vermont maintains a searchable online directory of farms and potential apprentices. Register to view our directory free of charge by visiting our website. http://nofavt.org/programs/apprentice-willing-worker
The Annual Winter Conference takes place in February of each year and is packed full of workshops, with special technical tracks for experienced and professional growers. http://nofavt.org/annual-events/winter-conference
New farmers and apprentices are encouraged to attend our series of summer workshops. These are held throughout the state from June through September and cover a wide range of organic gardening and farming topics.
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