Do you love local food and farms? Want to get to know your farmer better — and to get a behind-the-scenes look into Vermont’s vibrant working agricultural landscape? Vermont farmers open their doors to the public for the third annual Open Farm Week, a week-long celebration of Vermont farms, taking place at farms across Vermont!
Learn more about local food origins and to get to know your local farmer. Activities vary and may include milking cows and goats, harvesting vegetables, collecting eggs, tasting farm fresh food, scavenger hunts, hayrides, dinners, workshops, live music, and more.
Follow this link for a full listing of events.
Looking for kid-friendly events? Follow this link.
Connecting with your farmer and food through an on-farm meal is a wonderful way to spend Vermont Open Farm Week. Click here for a listing of on-farm meals!
See the listing of workshops by clicking here!
Want to view this all on a map? Click here and explore the pins on the map. Don’t forget to click ‘Learn More’ to see the full description of a farm or market.
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