Blexy has been awarded world champion for the second year in a row! Vermont has long been known for it's dairy farming and it's great to see it recognized on the world stage.
Blexy does it again! A Vermont farm is celebrating after the "Queen of Dairy" was recently named World Champion in a very prestigious contest. #VtDairy
NOFA-VT is connecting students to their food across Vermont with their Farmer Correspondence Program.
"It is so important for kids to know where their food comes from," Aziza Malik of Champlain Elementary School said. "Even though it's not in the curriculum, this helps us wedge it in there."
The Dutch Treat cafeteria served up Rooted in Vermont food to fuel up skiers of Dutch Hill ski area in Heartwellville. One of Vermont's smaller ski areas, Dutch Hill closed in 1985 and is now available for the public to hike and enjoy free of charge. Photo - 1957, Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum. #TBT #ThrowbackThursday
Matt Crawford of Georgia has made a career out of his passion for the outdoors. A long time outdoor writer in Vermont, Matt now helps connect outdoor companies to their customers at Pale Morning Media in Waitsfield. Fishing and bird hunting are among his favorite and he believes strongly in honoring any life he takes by then putting it as food on the table for his family.
Looking for the perfect adult, midweek treat? The Vermont Maple Sugar Makers Association has you covered with their Rooted in Vermont Maple Stout Float featuring, of course, Vermont Maple Syrup and your favorite maple stout and maple ice cream. #TastyTuesday
“Strengthening meal programs and making sure all kids have access to healthy meals is perhaps one of the most cost effective methods for schools to improve students’ health, behavior and learning outcomes all at the same time," Anore Horton of Hunger Free Vermont. #RootedinVermont
The final days to enter our We ♥ Local Recipe Contest are upon us! This year we're all about celebrating Butternut Squash. You can enter your recipe now through Sunday, February 11, so get creative, experiment and enter for your chance to win some fun prizes!
"The story of the existing Intervale farmstead begins in about 1860 when George Reynolds, a resident of Elmwood Avenue in Burlington, purchased 50 acres of land at the Intervale on the east side of the road."
Brett Ladeau of Hartland, who says his family eats one to two meals a week that feature his hunting successes, enjoys introducing new people to the sport.
“Mentoring is an important aspect of hunting for me and I really like spending time in the woods with friends and family.”
Sugar makers in the state produced nearly 2 millions gallons of Rooted in Vermont maple syrup last year so you better believe the annual Vermont Farm Show maple contest was fierce!
The Super Bowl means big sales for Vermont food and drink producers! What favorite #RootedinVermont dishes and drinks are you serving up for the big game?