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The Mad River Localvores

Mad River Localvores: Celebrating and supporting local food along the Mad River Valley-­ those who grow it, those who prepare it, and those who eat it. With our rising dependence on fossil fuels, degradation of the environment and advancing national health crisis, there is a pressing need for a model of change. Through ongoing community education and collaboration, the Mad River Localvores aim to increase local food production and consumption, improve the physical health of our community members and foster community connections around a sustainable and community supported food system.

News from the Localvore Blog

Regional Culinary Workshops offered to School Food Professionals

Regional Culinary Workshops offered to School Food Professionals

October 23rd, 2014

VT FEED is once again collaborating with SNA-VT and New England Culinary Institute to offer 4 region[...]

October is for Broccoli and Cauliflower

October is for Broccoli and Cauliflower

October 1st, 2014

  Schools, institutions, restaurants and markets across the state are focusing on Brocco[...]

Blueberry Picking for the Senior Center

Blueberry Picking for the Senior Center

September 7th, 2014

Last Thursday, 41 pounds of fresh local blueberries were picked at Knoll Farm for the Mad River Va[...]

Mad River Food Hub appoints Joshua Gibbs as General Manager

Mad River Food Hub appoints Joshua Gibbs as General Manager

July 13th, 2014

Mr. Gibbs brings a wealth of experience in meat production, food safety, and food system learning [...]

Localvore Burger Taste Test at Fayston Elementary School

Localvore Burger Taste Test at Fayston Elementary School

May 13th, 2014

Today we were at Fayston Elementary School with Cheryl Joslin, the school food director, and Abbie N[...]

Mad River Localvore Foodshed Map

For a hard copy of the map, pick up a copy of the 4-Season Guide throughout the Valley or at any of the Vermont Welcome Centers. The accompanying Farm Grid lists each of the farms and provides contact information including a website address, e-mail and phone number. There are also details about the products grown/raised/produced by each of the farms as well as info about visiting the farm and where you can buy their products. This map is maintained and funded by the Mad River Localvores. We are grateful to June Anderson, publisher of the 4-Season Guide, for being a huge supporter of this project. Thanks also to Ben and Jerry's Foundation and the VT Department of Agriculture for grants that initially funded the project. Download the Foodshed Map or Farm Grid as a PDF Map

            View the interactive Google Map of our food shed that matches the printed form.

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