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Vermont Maple Conference Week

UVM Extension and the Vermont Maple Sugar Makers’ Association (VMSMA) are hosting the virtual 2020 Vermont Maple Conference Week featuring sixteen online sessions led by maple industry experts and maple producers. Topics include maple business management, maple industry regulations, sugarbush health, marketing and media, and maple production and innovation. This virtual conference is free but participants must pre-register for each session. 
Event Dates: December 6 – 11

Hand Washing Station Resources

Do you need a hand washing station at your farm, orchard, farmers market, or other agritourism business? Have you been putting it off due to lack of funds, time, or direction? Now’s the time! UVM Extension has funding to provide materials and technical support to help you make your hand washing station dreams come true. If you’re interested in funding support or just want some help building a hand washing station, click the link above. Contact Chris Callahan for more information. 

Anti-Racism Training

Led by the DC-based Service to Justice this anti-racism training is based on shared learning and is grounded in the principles of reparations, healing, imagination, and movement. Limited space available. Hosted by the Farm-Based Education Network, Vermont Farm to Plate Network, the Vermont Farm to School Network, and the Northeast Farm to School Collaborative,
Event Dates: January 11 – 15
Sign up by November 27

High Tunnels After Dark 2020

The High Tunnel Conference will be online for three weekly evening sessions. Want to fine-tune your high tunnel crop production?  This conference is for high tunnel vegetable growers and agricultural service providers of all experience levels. Pesticide applicator recertification credits will be available for those who attend live. Cost: $25 includes all sessions:
Dec. 1: Keynote & Kickoff
Dec. 8: Diseases & Insects
Dec: 15: Soil, Pest & Crop Management

Vermont Everyone Eats provides nutritious meals to Vermonters in need of food assistance, as well as a stabilizing source of income for Vermont restaurants, farmers, and food producers. Funded by the Vermont Legislature to address COVID impacts, Everyone Eats is a wonderful resource for our state whether you are looking to find a meal, are a restaurant or farm interested in helping, or seeking other resources to access food.

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