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New Registration Process at the Co-op

Looking to register or RSVP for an event at the Co-op? We recently launched our online calendar complete with online registration and payment. This new method will streamline our enrollment process allowing you to sign-up in no time! Here are some important details to know about online registration at the Co-op: You gain access to all […]

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Mushrooms Mushrooms Mushrooms!

A big “Thank you!” goes out to Faith Hunt and her Mushroom Walk participants! Faith led two Mushroom Walks this autumn – one in September and one in October. Both workshops started at the Upper Valley Food Co-op, where participants shared their experiences with wild crafting mushrooms and what they were hoping to learn from […]

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Rally in the Valley Oct 15

This coming Sunday, October 15th, join us at Rally in the Valley! This rally is one of 16 other rallies scheduled to publicly oppose the weakening of USDA Organic labeling standards and to demand that the National Organic Program preserve soil as the foundation of all organic farming. Learn about how the USDA regulates what […]

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October Events at the Co-op

Upper Valley Food Co-op: Fostering Community Connections as a Trusted Food Resource In-store Events First Friday October 6th, 4-6pm Stop by the Co-op to kick off your First Friday and then continue with the festivities downtown. Enjoy samples tasty fall samples and local quiche producer Jenny Williams. Listen to lovely tunes from Chris Jacobson. Get […]

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Sew-op Classes in October

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 Sew-op Classes and closes 48 hours prior to the start of class. You can register and pay using the Co-op’s online […]

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October is Co-op Month!

 Upper Valley Food Co-op is Committed to Our Community Joins in National Celebration of Co-op Month in October This October, Upper Valley Food Co-op is joining over 30,000 co-ops and credit unions across the United States in celebrating Co-op Month, observed nationally since 1964. This year, the National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA International has chosen […]

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Share the Harvest! October 5th

On October 5th, the Upper Valley Food Co-op will once again be participating in NOFA Vermont’s annual Share the Harvest program! This is NOFA’s annual fundraiser in support of the Vermont Farm Share Program, which provides subsidized CSA shares for limited-income Vermont families, helping to make fresh, local food available to all! Join NOFA’s Facebook event for […]

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Autumn Celebration & Annual Meeting-October 14th

UVFC Annual Meeting 2017 Save the date! Saturday, October 14th from 5 to 9 pm at the Bugbee Senior Center! Open to all Co-op Members! Come to the Co-op’s Autumn Celebration & Annual Meeting! This is a chance to mingle with your fellow members, listen to music from the East Bay Jazz Trio, learn from […]

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Plant the Seed! Sept 20th – Oct 3rd

The Upper Valley Food Co-op is participating in National Cooperative Grocer’s “Plant the Seed” program! Encourage the future of organic farming by supporting the CCOF’s (California Certified Organic Farmers) Future Organic Farmer Fund! By purchasing Blue Marble Brands products (Woodstock, Koyo, Natural Sea, Mediterranean Organic) from September 20th through October 3rd, a portion of the […]

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New Product Update

We recently expanded our selection of grass-fed beef brats. Choose between three flavors of Stadium Bratwurst, Beef ‘n Cheddar Sausage, and Beef Franks. Produced by Thousand Hills with sourced beef from small Midwestern farms whose practices graze feeding their cattle in warm weather and supply stored food, like hay, in the winter. Thousand Hills only accepts […]

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