Join NOFA-VT for this week-long (virtual) celebration to inform, educate and create community around the topic of resiliency in all of its forms. Each night, November 16th through 19th, will feature a webinar bringing together the voices of our community: farmworker rights group Migrant Justice, Missisquoi Abenaki chef Jessee Lawyer, students of gender studies and agriculture at Bennington College, and organic farmers building soil health and feeding their communities. All events are free and open to the public, pre-registration is required.
Agricultural Literacy Week is a project of NOFA-VT, the Vermont Department of Libraries and the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets. Contact Livy Bulger, firstname.lastname@example.org or (802) 434-7153 with questions.
Join BPL, Rooted in VT, and the Vermont Department of Libraries in celebrating Food in Your Backyard Week.
Enjoy a story walk of the delightful picture book Home in the Woods, by Eliza Wheeler. The illustrated telling of the life of a Depression era family finding joy as they use the land to meet their needs will be posted on the back field at Bradford Elementary School Monday – Friday. October 12-16, 2020. Open to the public after school hours.
Celebrate Food in Your Backyard Week by checking out a book from our collection. CLICK HERE for a list of just some of what BPL has to offer on foraging, gardening, farming, beekeeping, livestock rising, preserving, cooking, and more! Call or email the library to arrange for curbside pickup.
Construction is almost complete! Although we are unable to open our doors to the public, curbside services and open wi-fi continue. Please call 222-4536, or email email@example.com.