Last year we faced uncertainty under the cloud of Covid and we were not able to hold large gatherings. Vermonters stepped up in the fight against the pandemic and through our collective efforts, the Green Mountains are now open for summer, 2021.
A recent award of $224,000 will be used by UVM Extension to enhance vaccine education efforts and address vaccine hesitancy among the agricultural community with emphasis on farmworkers in Bennington, Caledonia, Essex, Franklin, Orleans, Windham and Windsor Counties.
So Many Way To Enjoy Vermont's Sweetest Treat! Try these Vermont Maple Sugar Muffins. You’ll be reaching for these all day long. (Sorry about that.) The perfect way to start your day, next to your favorite coffee or tea. You can even take them with you as you explore the beauty of Vermont’s woods, mountains or byways.
2020 was a year of turbulence, uncertainty and change, with many important societal issues highlighted by the coronavirus pandemic. The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets has been deeply involved in many of these issues impacting Vermonters, while ensuring that important agriculture considerations continue to stay at the forefront of