|4-Jun||Good Old Wagon|
|25-Jun||Vermont Bluegrass Pioneers|
|2-Jul||Alec Ellsworth and Katie Trautz|
|9-Jul||Two Cents in the Till|
|16-Jul||Hi Low Jack|
|6-Aug||John and Marge Butterfield|
|20-Aug||Banjo man Stacy Samuels|
|27-Aug||Carol Hausner and Danny Coane|
|10-Sep||Susannah Blachly & Friends|
|17-Sep||Float n’ Crowbar|
|1-Oct||The Turning Stile|
|8-Oct||Kick ‘Em Jenny|
anyone know what this 8-10 pound vegetable is?
February, 2016: you’ll find our featured vegetable, celeriac, at Heartwood Farm, Le Page Farm, and Bear Roots Farm.
Tastes great in soups, slaws, spreads, and ask your farmer for other ideas!
Farmers adapt to Climate Change
Catherine Lowther of Goddard College, who is on the faculty of the BA in Sustainability and the Chair of the Sustainability Committee, is writing a series on farmer adaptations to Climate Change. Her first two feature Alan LePage of LePage Farm and Jessie and Nate Rogers of Rodgers Farmstead and how they are adapting their growing and husbandry practices to the changing climate.
Alan LePage of LePage Farm
Jessie and Nate Rogers of Rogers Farmstead
Paul Betz and Kate Camilletti of High Ledge Farm