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The Brattleboro Reformer launched as a weekly in 1876 and published daily since 1913, serves Brattleboro and surroundings with award-winning journalism. It is the only newspaper with the name “Reformer” in the United States. The Reformer is part of New England Newspapers Inc., which includes also the Bennington (VT) Banner, The Berkshire Eagle in Pittsfield MA, and the Manchester (VT) Journal, and a bi-monthly lifestyles magazine, UpCountry. The Banner and the Reformer were named first and second, respectively in general excellence in 2018 by the Vermont Press Association.
The Commons is more than a newspaper. It is the public face of a larger nonprofit organization, Vermont Independent Media, Inc. It recognizes that a vigorous exchange of ideas and information allows democracy to function and is the lifeblood of a community. Vermont Independent Media creates a forum for community participation, promotes local independent journalism, fosters civic engagement by building media skills through the publication of The Commons and commonsnews.org, and Media Mentoring Project.
NPR is an independent, nonprofit media organization that was founded on a mission to create a more informed public. Every day, NPR connects with millions of Americans on the air, online, and in person to explore the news, ideas, and what it means to be human. Through its network of member stations, NPR makes local stories national, national stories local, and global stories personal.
Listener-supported Vermont Public Radio has been serving the people of Vermont and the surrounding region since 1977. As Vermont’s only statewide public radio network, VPR provides an essential and trusted independent voice for news, information, music and cultural exploration for the people of our region.
MEADOWS BEE FARM: Meadows Bee Farm is a small-scale farm and educational facility that employs biodynamic and permaculture practices for its livestock and gardens.
Visit Mocha Joe’s on Saturday, after the Strolling of the Heifers parade, at our roastery at 35 Frost Street in Brattleboro, Vermont to attend coffee tastings, tours, and other events!
Mocha Joe’s strives to bring you exceptionally high quality coffee via sustainable and responsible means. For us, this means purchasing green coffee via Direct Trade as much as possible, including the development of our flagship Direct Trade program in Cameroon. It means roasting our beans in small batches, with meticulous care, and regularly testing our coffee to ensure quality. It means shipping coffee the same day that it is roasted, and training our baristas in precise brewing practices. It means offering technical support and equipment sales to new and existing businesses. Our goal is that by buying Mocha Joe’s, you’re purchasing the best cup of coffee that money can buy, and doing good in the world in the process. Because good coffee makes everything better.
SIT Graduate Institute is an accredited institution of higher education administered by World Learning, a non-profit international development and education
SLOW MONEY‘S vision is to inspire new ways of thinking about what it means to be an investor in the 21st century, promoting principles of soil fertility, sense of place, cultural, ecological & economic diversity, and nurture capital. Slow Money is connecting investors to small food enterprises, catalyzing the flow of capital to local food systems and stimulating a national conversation about finance, culture and the soil.
TRUST COMPANY OF VERMONT is employee-owned and Vermont-based in perpetuity. We offer both clients and staff a stable environment where relationships can endure for generations. Our 24 professionals practice the crafts of trust administration and investment management with the knowledge and skill to promote individual client objectives with flexibility and focus. Several of the founders of The Trust Company of Vermont were responsible for the creation of one of the first socially responsible Common Trust Funds in the country.
BEN & JERRY’S started in 1978 as a community scoop shop in Burlington, VT. It now produces a wide variety of super-premium ice cream and ice cream novelties, using high-quality ingredients including dairy from Vermont family farmers who are members of the St. Albans Cooperative Creamery and who do not treat their cows with the synthetic hormone rBGH. Ben & Jerry’s products are distributed nationwide and in selected foreign countries in supermarkets, grocery stores, convenience stores, franchised Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops, restaurants and other venues. Ben & Jerry’s, is a Vermont corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Unilever, and a certified B Corp, operating its business on a Mission Statement emphasizing a sustainable concept of linked prosperity for stakeholders throughout its three mission pillars of product quality, economic reward and progressive social change. Contributions in 2018 made via the employee-led Ben & Jerry’s Foundation totaled over $3-million. Additionally, the company makes significant product donations to community groups and nonprofits both in Vermont and across the nation. For more, please visit www.benjerry.com.
At CLEAN YIELD, we help our clients meet their long-term financial goals while making a positive difference in the world. For more than three decades, we have built custom portfolios for our clients that actively channel investment dollars toward a more just and environmentally sustainable economy. Clean Yield has facilitated impact investments worth over $15 million, invested on behalf of more than 50 clients in over 30 impact investment offerings. We co-founded Slow Money Vermont, actively participate in the Vermont Farm to Plate Network, and are incorporated as a Vermont Benefit Corporation. Clean Yield has approximately $285 million under management.
The LINTILHAC FOUNDATION’S central purpose is to support organizations that are making sustainable, positive change for Vermont’s environment and its people and providing Vermonters the information and resources they need to control their environmental destinies and strong traditions of democratic engagement. Our core giving areas are: Water Quality, with a special focus on advocacy and science; Energy, including nuclear-free awareness and promotion of renewable energy; Conservation, especially recreational access to lands and integrative land use planning.
TRILLIUM ASSET MANAGEMENT is the oldest investment advisor exclusively focused on sustainable and responsible investing (SRI). We believe examining environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors as an integrated part of the investment process can lower portfolio risk and help identify the best managed companies. With over $2.8 billion in assets under management, we have been managing equity and fixed income investments for high net worth individuals, foundations, endowments, religious institutions, and other non-profits since 1982. A leader in shareholder advocacy and public policy work, our goal is to deliver both impact and performance to our investors.
Founded in 2007, WhistlePig is the premier aged rye whiskey, featuring the bold and often untapped flavor of rye. WhistlePig is leading a surge of innovation in the emerging field of North American whiskey. As the most decorated rye whiskey — having received a record 96 points from Wine Enthusiast — WhistlePig is widely viewed as the world’s finest rye. With the opening of its distillery on its 1,300-acre Vermont farm in the fall of 2015, WhistlePig has become one of the leading rye whiskeys in the world.
At MINUTEMAN PRESS – BRATTLEBORO, just as we believe it’s important for us to know who you are and how you approach your business, we also believe it’s important for you to know who we are and how we approach ours. Here you’ll learn about the people, culture and capabilities that make our company unique. If you want to know where we’re located, our hours of operation or simply what makes us tick, just follow the provided links for more information. Once you take the time to find out what we’re all about, we’re confident you’ll like what you see.
NEW SOCIETY PUBLISHERS has been publishing books to build a new society for over 30 years. We are an activist, solutions-oriented publisher focused on bringing you tools for a world of change.
The Porch Café and Catering is a family-run eatery in the north end of Brattleboro comfortably positioned on Putney road with convenient parking. We prepare fresh food in house and source ingredients and inspiration from local products and producers. The Café is a staple in the community; a great place to stop by for an espresso drink and egg sandwich on your way to work or settle into a booth to have a lunch meeting or swing by for a sweet treat. In our catering department, we focus on customizing our fresh meals into your weddings, birthdays, corporate events to all the local towns in a 1 ½ hour radius in three states. We look forward to cooking for you next!
The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets facilitates, supports and encourages the growth and viability of agriculture in Vermont while protecting the working landscape, human health, animal health, plant health, consumers and the environment.
Agricola Farm is a small diversified Italian farm in Panton, VT run by Alessandra (Ale) and Stefano (Steu). We specialize in raising and preparing gourmet meats and are particularly known for our pork. We also have Icelandic sheep and heritage chickens, for both eggs and meat. This year we have started raising ducks and geese and are growing Italian varieties of vegetables and herbs.
At Backyard Bread, we gather community around fire and food.
When we build ovens and teach baking classes, we are linking ourselves to traditions that are thousands of years old, practices from around the world.
Bordertown Farm LLC, is an organic hemp farm in Southern Vermont dedicated to producing the highest quality CBD products. Established in 2018, Bordertown Farm grows, harvests, prepares for processing, and packages all products on site. A seed to shelf operation in a new and fast-growing industry Bordertown Farm remains rooted in Vermont history while contributing to the future of better health. Windham Grows program provides direction and support to new businesses in Southern Vermont. We are proud to be part of the family! Visit us at www.bordertownfarmvt.com and Instagram @bordertownfarm
Corina’s Switchy is new, but the idea behind it has been around forever. Our drink is a modern take on a traditional switchel, a beverage that’s been keeping thirsty people happy for hundreds of years. From the West Indies to our home state of Vermont, farmers used switchels as a way to keep thirst at bay while they harvested the hay. Today, Corina’s Switchy tastes great no matter how hard you’re working.
THE FRANKLIN COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (FCCDC) is the place to go for business counseling, capital and connections in Western MA. The FCCDC’s Western MA Food Processing Center provides solutions for farms and food entrepreneurs throughout New England. Our team will work with you to bring value added, season extended, and specialty food products to market. Fully certified commercial kitchen available for you to get started right. Are you seeking opportunities to grow a food business? Learn more at www.fccdc.org
The Frisky Cow Gelato brand, made in Keene, NH, is a healthier alternative to American ice cream that tastes great, is made with single-source organic milk and local flavor ingredients, and puts smiles on peoples’ faces. This is done by insuring that the cows where our milk comes from are happy, healthy and frisky. Our brand is made with only the things that make gelato creamy and flavor-dense: organic milk that is hormone and antibiotic free, real fruit, nuts and berries, flavor creams and syrups made from scratch, and all natural local flavorings (in the case of maple- real maple syrup). Frisky Cow Gelato is a woman-owned business and a NH Benefit Corporation with a triple bottom line of growing profits and doing both social and environmental good. A portion of the revenue from the sale of the product are donated to Stonewall Farm in Keene, a working dairy and non-profit education center dedicated to practicing and educating others about regenerative agriculture. www.friskycowgelato.com
At General Mills, our purpose is to serve the world by making food people love. We work to create holistic value throughout our supply chain, from agriculture to operations to our consumers. Visit General Mills’ website https://www.generalmills.com/ to learn more.
Local Makers can rent New Hampshire’s only specialty food production facility specializing in shelf stable products licensed by the State. The semi-automatic equipment at Genuine Local is designed to increase your productivity and efficiency, allowing you to make your unique products and get them to market faster and for less money.
Morrill Mountain Fruit Farm Nanarella serves up truly scrumptious bites of Fruit Paté, made from the pure goodness of our own farm grown, hand-picked berries to bring you The Taste of Summer Any Season. Proceeds from sales are distributed through the DSC, Jr Foundation to foster the fun of learning and creative problem-solving. Windham Grows is facilitating our Foundation’s goals by assisting Nanarella develop effective entrepreneurial skills. Thanks Windham Grows! Visit our website here: The Taste of Summer any Season
Price Chopper, Market 32 and The Golub Corporation
The Golub Corporation operates supermarkets under the Price Chopper, Market 32 and Market Bistro banners in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, Pennsylvania and New Hampshire. We exist to help people feed and care for themselves and their families. As an innovative retailer of products and services, we recognize that consistently satisfying our customers is key to our success.
We are committed to serving our:
Customers by providing an overall experience that earns their long-term loyalty.
Teammates by fostering a challenging, culturally diverse, friendly, participative, and rewarding environment.
Communities by working in partnership to enrich and improve their quality of life.
Shareholders by delivering a fair return on investment over the long term.
We will always remember that Price Chopper/Market 32 exists both because of and for our teammates and the people we serve.
Apothecary style sodas of the past incorporated medicinal herbs to combat ailments, but over the past century have been corrupted into just flavors and hollow representations of their noble origins.Our aim at Still Thyme Soda is to revive these traditions, make medicinal herbs taste good and available to the masses, and in the process raise awareness of what health and well-being is. We are surrounded by a hot, stressful, over-stimulated culture where success is measured by accomplishments and not health or happiness. Our mission is to facilitate the paradigm shift and provide beverages and foods that truly nourish the body and soul based on traditional wisdom.
Vermont Chevon was formed in 2011 to add value to Vermont’s dairy-goat industry. Vermont Chevon works to educate the retail, wholesale and consumer markets about goat (chevon) as a healthy and flavorful meat option. The company contracts with farmers who want to diversify their production with a value-added product and become finishing farms that will raise goats for meat according to the highest standards of animal health and sustainability.
Since 1987, VCLF has loaned over $95 million to local businesses, affordable housing developers and community-based organizations that has created or preserved 5,600 jobs; built or rehabilitated 4,000 affordable homes; created or preserved quality care for over 3,850 children and their families; and supported community organizations providing vital services to hundreds of thousands of Vermonters.
We are excited to offer agriturismo-style boutique lodging and farmstay experiences for visitors. An elegant and spacious 9-bedroom manor, the Farmhouse at Big Picture Farm is available as a whole house rental for multiple-family vacations, reunions, conferences, corporate retreats, workshops, weddings, fundraisers, or other special events.
CWEVT helps entrepreneurs throughout their business development to find greater personal growth, professional success, and financial independence. We provide no-cost one-on-one business counseling and trainings through support from the Small Business Administration. CWE is also a certified for the Women’s Business Enterprise Certification and assists businesses with supplier diversity programming and supports.
COMMUNITY CAPITAL OF VERMONT is a statewide small business and microenterprise lender serving low and moderate income entrepreneurs. Our loans range in size from $1,000 to $100,000 and can be used for business start-up or growth and expansion. CCVT specializes in providing loans to business owners who lack the collateral or credit history to qualify for traditional bank loans. Community Capital is the “go-to” lender for entrepreneurs who require business start-up and expansion financing but are unable to secure bank financing. We serve as a stepping stone for entrepreneurs, helping them build the sales, experience, and credit to become sustainable, successful, and bankable businesses in the future. Website: http://www.communitycapitalvt.org/
Davis & Hodgdon Associates CPAs proudly serves Vermont’s residents and entrepreneurs. Our proactive approach make us more than an accounting firm – we counsel our clients on a wide range of financial and management issues, resulting in better decision making and more confidence in their success.
We’re a family owned independent bookstore located in downtown Brattleboro specializing in books about social change, the environment, and multicultural children’s books. Many of our books are by original, creative, and progressive authors. http://www.everyonesbks.com/
FARM TO PLATE is Vermont’s statewide food system plan legislatively directed to increase economic development and jobs in Vermont’s farm and food sector and improve access to healthy local food for all Vermonters. The ten year Farm to Plate Strategic Plan to strengthen the working landscape, build the resilience of farms and food enterprises, improve environmental quality, and increase healthy, local food access for all Vermonters is being implemented by the Farm to Plate Network—over 350 farm and food sector businesses, non-profits, institutions, and government agencies from across the state. Farm to Plate is coordinated by the Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund, a non-profit organization based in Montpelier, Vermont. Learn more at www.VTFarmtoPlate.com.
Food Connects delivers locally produced food as well as educational and consulting services aimed at transforming local food systems. A leader in the growing Farm to School movement in Vermont, Food Connects’ Farm to School program supports educators, food service directors, farmers and community members in cultivating healthy farm and food connections in classrooms, cafeterias, and communities across Southern Vermont. Food Connects also works to open new markets to area farmers and delivers local food to wholesale buyers through its Food Hub which operates in Southern Vermont and New Hampshire. For more information visit www.foodconnects.org
FRESHTRACKS CAPITAL, founded in 2000 is a Vermont-focused investment fund that uses venture capital to create positive economic and community impacts. FreshTracks’ expertise, networks, resources and capital support innovative businesses through multiple rounds of financing and stages of growth. Across its four funds, FreshTracks has invested in 30 Vermont-based companies. Portfolio company information can be found at: FreshTracks Portfolio. FreshTracks hosts a number of events for entrepreneurs and investors, including Peak Pitch and Road Pitch and the firm’s managing partners are involved in mentoring and coaching entrepreneurs in pitch competitions such as LaunchVT.
Nestled along the Green River in Guilford, Good Body Products crafts therapeutic body care products using 100% organic and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. We are passionate about the healing power of plants and take pride in crafting effective products using their inherent beneficial qualities. So many body care products available today are filled with chemicals and irritants—this is why we only use plants and ingredients directly from nature. Every drop that goes in our jars is certified organic. Our products address many common wear-and- tear ailments and issues of the skin and body including inflammation, skin irritations, and more. Our products let nature come to the rescue and our customers are talking. Good Body Products continues to steadily grow as a national favorite with a reputation for effective, natural, body and skin care remedies.
The Initiative for Local Capital is an innovation lab that promotes economic justice for all. We use research, project development, and consultancy to explore and test new programs that help communities invest in themselves, especially those under-served by traditional capital sources. We envision a future where the circulation of wealth within a region cultivates strong, vibrant, and resilient local economies; a sense of place and community among citizens; and financial prosperity for all.
MERRITT & MERRITT is a B Corporation law firm based in Burlington, Vermont representing emerging growth companies with a focus on financing and intellectual property. The firm also represents angel, family office, venture capital and private equity investors and is an active participant in the New England venture ecosystem. Ken Merritt, Managing Director of Merritt & Merritt, is a Founding Member of the Slow Money Alliance. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Investors’ Circle (Incubator of Slow Money).
MILK MONEY L3C is Vermont’s first third-party equity crowdfunding portal. The company’s website, www.MilkMoneyVT.com, was launched in July 2015 with a mission to put the means for creating new businesses, a strong local economy and personal wealth within the reach of all Vermonters. Based in Charlotte, Vermont, it was founded by two seasoned entrepreneurs who identified a hole in the early stage capital market and created a solution that takes advantage of the Vermont Small Business Offering regulatory updates of July 2014. Milk Money is powered by VSECU through its wholly owned, independently operated, subsidiary, Vermont Heritage Financial Group, Inc. Investments made through Milk Money are not federally insured by NCUA, involve investment risk, may lose value and are not obligations of or guaranteed by the credit union.
The Moulton Law Group is a boutique law firm that believes in providing high-value legal services, with an emphasis on fostering close, service-oriented client relationships to deliver innovative legal solutions, coupled with proven business insight. Our firm focuses on advising business clients and entrepreneurs on a wide range of business legal needs, including financing transactions, private offerings, venture capital, angel investment, slow money/social investing, crowdfunding, business acquisitions, employment matters, equity compensation, intellectual property and general contract and business matters. The Moulton Law Group often acts as a “general counsel” for businesses that are too small to justify the cost and expense of hiring a dedicated in-house counsel. Our Founder, Eli Moulton, has been prominent in the “Slow Money” and “invest local” movements, being referred to as the “go-to guy” for creative financing in Amy Cortese’s book “Localvesting.” Working with regulators at the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation, Eli has been instrumental in helping to update securities laws and regulations to facilitate raising capital, and was directly involved in recent advancements to the Vermont Small Business Offering exemption (VSBO) and SUN Exemption. Eli also served on the Boards of several non-profit organizations, including The Sarah Holbrook Center, the Intervale Center and The Initiative For Local Capital, Inc.
THE NEIGHBORING FOOD CO-OP ASSOCIATION (NFCA) includes over 30 food co-ops in New England that are working together toward a shared vision of a thriving regional economy, rooted in a healthy, just and sustainable food system and a vibrant community of co-operative enterprise. To find a food co-op near you, please visit www.nfca.coop.
Founded in 1998 by Kate and Charles Dodge, Putney Mountain Winery and Spirits makes award-wining artisanal wines, liqueurs and sparkling cider. Twenty years later we still make our beverages from the bounty of produce grown on local and regional family farms of this region. Our wines have been described in the press as “extraordinary,” “love at first taste,” and even “an intensely remarkable treasure”. Windham Grows has helped us develop a business plan for future distribution.
REAL PICKLES is a small, worker-owned cooperative based in western Massachusetts producing pickled products that are raw, vinegar-free, and 100% organic. Our products are made using the traditional natural fermentation process that has been used for centuries all over the world. In support of a regional food system, we buy all of our vegetables from family farms in the Northeast and sell our products only within the Northeast. For more information please, visit www.realpickles.com.
Slow Living® — Soul of the New Artisan Economy — is your source for discovering the news, people and companies defining the local, slow, artisan movement of today. Founded in 2010 by Jason Drebitko, the company’s goal is to be the world’s leading brand community, media outlet, e-commerce and business directory showcasing and supporting authentic products, companies and experiences that emphasize quality over quantity, along with environmental and social responsibility. Drebitko coined the term Slow Living® as a consumer behavior philosophy that translates across product categories into purchasing decisions based on a common set of product characteristics. These include: the highest quality construction and materials; traditional processes involving high levels of skill and substantial hand work; low volume and often individual production; inherent beauty; vernacular reverence; attention to design and detail; and heritage or brand story. slowlivingtoday.com
Stakeholders Capital is a wealth management firm committed to integrating our clients’ values with their financial goals. We serve investors concerned not just with how their portfolio is doing, but what it is doing, to the environment, and to society. We offer comprehensive financial planning and pride ourselves on being at the center of our clients’ financial lives. By combining traditional investment strategies with in-depth knowledge of socially responsible and impact investing, we create portfolios unique to each client’s individual goals and risk tolerance. Investments are carefully selected within a sophisticated framework of broad-based global diversification. Stakeholders Capital also provides access to high-impact, private and local investment opportunities to channel capital towards addressing social justice, human rights and stewardship of the planet.
STERLING COLLEGE, located in Craftsbury Common, Vermont, offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in Ecology, Sustainable Food Systems, Environmental Humanities, Outdoor Education, and Sustainable Agriculture. Students can also choose to design their own major; examples of self-designed majors include Agroecology, Environmental Justice, Conservation Education, and International Agriculture and Business. Sterling was among the very first colleges in the United States to link the liberal arts to environmental stewardship, and is the only Work College in the Northeast. Additionally, the School of the New American Farmstead at Sterling College offers short courses for adults that focus on artisan food and farming.
Sugar Bob’s Finest Kind (SBFK, Inc.) has two dynamic brands that are defining the savory maple space in Vermont – Smoked Maple Syrup and Vermont Maple Sriracha. Located in Rutland with deep roots in Londonderry, VT, our company’s philosophy about all our savory maple products is delivering irresistible flavor with uncompromising ingredients without any additives, preservatives or thickeners.
True North Granola was founded by two lifelong educators in Brattleboro, VT. The business has grown to be a recognizable premium granola business which provides products that address a variety of nutritional, dietary and medical needs. We sell retail and wholesale to individuals, other businesses, schools, hospitals, food CoOps, and at Farmers’ Markets, trade shows, and online. We want our customers to be happy when they find our products and to believe as so many have stated, “This is the best granola I have ever had.” Find us at www.truenorthgranola.com and on Amazon.
The Vermont Employee Ownership Center is a statewide non-profit whose mission is to promote and foster employee ownership. We provide information and resources to owners interested in selling their business to their employees, entrepreneurs who wish to share ownership broadly at start-up or in the future, and employee groups interested in purchasing a business.
THE WESTON A. PRICE FOUNDATION is a non-profit nutrition education foundation dedicated to continuing Dr. Weston A. Price’s research of traditional foods and to returning nutrient-dense foods. We foster these goals through a worldwide network of local chapters, a quarterly journal, educational brochures, a yearly shopping guide, an annual conference, and activism on the state and federal levels.
THE WHETSTONE STATION is an independently owned restaurant and brewery featuring inspired brewpub fare and homemade, local and international craft brews. Started in the summer of 2012, the Whetstone has both indoor and outdoor seating, highlighted by a rooftop Bier Garten and stone-fireplaced dining room and bar. They are open seven days a week from 11:30 until late and host a number of events including Trivia Tuesdays, Thirsty Thursdays live music and Community Pint Nights.
VERMONT FOODBANK is the state’s largest hunger-relief organization, serving Vermont through a network of food shelves, meal sites, shelters, senior centers and youth programs. In FY2015, the Vermont Foodbank distributed 10 million pounds of food to 153,100 Vermonters. The Vermont Foodbank, a member of Feeding America, is nationally recognized as one of the most effective and efficient nonprofits and food banks in the nation. Learn more at www.vtfoodbank.org.
Vernal Ventures was established in 2017 to invest in early-stage companies solving environmental problems in the food system and energy sectors. We work with entrepreneurs creating a healthier and more sustainable food system and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
THE WORKS BAKERY CAFE — community cafes featuring delicious sandwiches made with hormone-free and antibiotic-free meats and local cage-free eggs, served on artisan breads and traditional N.Y. style bagels.
YANKEE FARM CREDIT is a farmers credit cooperative. It is part of the national Farm Credit System created by Congress in 1916. Yankee Farm Credit provides $450 million in loans to 1,300 customers throughout Vermont and neighboring counties in New York and New Hampshire. The association also provides financial services including recordkeeping, tax preparation, and crop insurance. Yankee Farm Credit serves all types of agriculture including the forest products industry. The cooperative is owned by its member-customers and governed by farmer-directors. A portion of profits is returned to members as patronage refunds. For more information please see www.yankeefarmcredit.com.
- Colonial Motel, Brattleboro — (802) 257-7733
- Hampton Inn, Brattleboro — (802) 254-5700
- Latchis Hotel, Brattleboro — (802) 254-6300
- Dalem’s Chalet, Brattleboro — (802) 254-4323
- Covered Bridge Inn — (802) 254-8889
- The Farmhouse at Big Picture Farm— (802) 221-0547
We appreciate the healthy foods donated by these in-kind sponsors
Against the Grain, Cabot Creamery, Clif Bar, Commonwealth Dairy, Drew’s All Natural, Dunkin’ Donuts, Grafton Village Cheese, Leader Distribution, Mocha Joe’s, Pete & Gerry’s Organic Eggs, Teddie Peanut Butter, Sidehill Farm, Vermont Country Deli, Vermont Creamery
Additional in-kind assistance from: