Vermont Grown

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Vermont Grown is VPT's new storytelling space about local people who are passionate about producing and sharing locally-grown food. You'll find innovative practices, hands-on information and community connections.

Vermont Grown is supported by
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  • Butternut Squash Mac 'n' Cheese | Vermont Grown Cooking
  • Winter Kale Salad | Vermont Grown Cooking
  • Quick & Easy Pasta
  • Gabrielle Kammerer - Tomgirl Juice Co.
  • Fresh Start Community Garden

Food Deserts

Despite Vermont's reputation as the nation's premier state for local-food production, 32% of Vermonters either cannot afford enough food or enough nutritious food. Vermont Grown puts the focus on some citizens in the state's Northeast Kingdom who are working to bring fresh, affordable, locally-produced food to isolated rural towns.
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