farm to freezer


Northeast Grown Frozen Fruits & Vegetables Farm to Freezer is Back! Your local food co-op works hard to support local producers. And by working together, the members of the Neighboring Food Co-op Association (NFCA), a network of over 35 food co-ops and start-ups across New England, are increasing our impact as we grow the regional […]

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December Classes in the Sew-op Studio

Sew-op: To serve as an educational hub for community members of all ages to learn fiber crafts, donate and repurpose gently used materials, and empower people through skill building. Registration is required for all classes. Sew-op Open Hours is the only exclusion to registration. Cost: $20 fee for members, $25 non-members, $30 parent/child or sibling […]

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Holiday Parking!

  If you’ve been to the Co-op during the holidays or when there’s a special event you may have encountered the challenge of finding a parking space. Here are some recommendations: Come early! We are open at 8am everyday! Try Sunday! Hours on Sunday are extended to a full day: 8am to 8pm! You can […]

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December Events

In-store Events First Friday December 4th, 4 to 6pm               Kick off your First Friday with us! Enjoy great tunes from Adam Gordon! Sample some holiday inspired food and candies throughout the store. Try some tasty toffee from Vermont Amber! Enter to win our raffle and get 5% off your purchase between […]

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Monday November 23rd: FOOD DRIVE!

WE’RE HOSTING A FOOD DRIVE!       WHO? TO BENEFIT THE HAVEN WHAT? PERISHABLE + NON-PERISHABLE WHEN? MONDAY, NOV 23TH|9AM-6PM WHERE? UPPER VALLEY FOOD CO-OP If you are doing your shopping the Monday before Thanksgiving, please consider making a purchase to donate to our annual food drive. All contributions go to the Upper Valley […]

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Soil regeneration and clean water touted as foundation for healthy food at annual Vermont Farm to Plate Gathering

Farm to Plate Network concludes fourth year of work implementing Vermont’s food system plan by exploring connections between the health of soil and water to the long term productivity and sustainability of local food production Montpelier, VT – “Farm in nature’s image” was the takeaway message shared by Ray Archuleta, Conservation Agronomist at the USDA […]

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Make Your own Warming Spices

It is starting to get a lot colder outside! Now is the perfect time to use our spices and stay warm while we hunker down for the winter! We already carry a blend of ready-made pumpkin spice to season with or you can make your own by following the recipes listed below. Blend together these powdered bulk goods and store […]

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Community Makes the Difference

by Kaylyn Bills, HMMS student and Upper Valley Community member What is a localvore, you ask? A localvore is a person who is dedicated to eating food grown and produced locally. In class, we have been learning about the pros and cons of community gardens. During the unit, we read the book Seedfolks and visited […]

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