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MIDDLEBURY | Vermont is clearing a path for a new tasting trail that will encompass two countries, two states, and two provinces. more

The Vermont Eagle

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CHESTERTOWN | “I’m a tough old bird,” says Elsie Holfolter. more

The Sun

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KEESEVILLE | The official launch of six Adirondack Cuisine Trails happened beside a braying herd of Devon cattle at Mace Chasm Farm. An October sun poured over their verdant field as a farmhand moved them toward fresh pasture. more

The Sun

The colors of fall are coming soon, believe it or not. The orange of pumpkins, the yellows of squash, the greens of spinach and beans, the purples of grapes, the reds of apples, along with the cream color of milk and cheeses. more

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MIDDLEBURY | The Vermont Agricultural Hall of Fame announced that Middlebury farmer Robert Foster is one of the 2018 inductees. more

The Vermont Eagle

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WILLSBORO | Farm fields revitalized from springtime cold are sending fresh food to farmer’s markets around the county. more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | The Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers Market is no longer a teenager. more

The Sun

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PERU | At a rural museum, surrounded by a rich sea of greenery and lines of antique farming equipment, an artisan sits before a large wooden contraption with a wheel and spool. more

The Sun

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LAKE PLACID | Area farmers’ markets will emerge in over a dozen area parks through the coming weeks. more

The Sun

LEWIS | A Saturday morning Farmers’ Market opens here for its first year on June 2. more

The Sun

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Coyotes help farms? Can this be true? What about the converse: killing coyotes hurts farms. Yes. Both true, albeit, perhaps surprising, statements. more

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It was -10 below this morning. For the third week in March, that is cold.  Too cold. But last night’s news was even colder. more

Community Columnists

MOOERS | Dragoon’s Farm Equipment is celebrating a significant milestone this year. more

The Sun

MIDDLEBURY | Jan. 26 marked the first major compliance date for Vermont farms covered by the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule. more

The Vermont Eagle

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RUTLAND | Changes at a local farm-food operation in the Rutland area won’t impact the organization’s vital service to the needy around Rutland County. more

The Vermont Eagle

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RUTLAND | Considering her academic achievements and background in finance, chemistry and agriculture, Wendy Wilton’s experience in state and local politics has helped prepared her for the less overtly political role of U.S. Farm Service Agency... more

The Vermont Eagle

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ADDISON | The sporadic nature of cows going out or staying in presented some challenges with keeping the feed ration consistent and was a bit confusing for the cows trying to get used to a new routine. more

The Vermont Eagle

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ADDISON | Part 1: Successful grazing systems develop when there is farmer involvement in the planning process. Having a plan is important and needs to be built around the goals of the farmer. more

The Vermont Eagle

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Last  month, the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives (NCFC) expressed strong opposition to provisions included in the recently released Unified Framework for Fixing our Broken Tax Code that would increase taxes for farmers across the country. more

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SHELBURNE | A special agritoursim workshop, titled “Engaging Farm Visitors: Tours, Camps and Animals,” for farmers and agricultural service providers, will be held Thursday, Nov. 2, in Shelburne. more

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