• Dairy Donations: Finding a Home for Excess Milk
  • Dairy Donations: Finding a Home for Excess Milk

    The Vermont Milk Commission recently recommended a path towards supply management in the dairy industry. Supply management is a complicated task that stems from a simple goal: stop creating too much milk. But while we have too much milk in the system overall, we have not enough milk going to some households that want it. Foodbanks on average distribute one gallon of milk per person every year - even though demand is high. How does our "extra" milk get to consumers who want it but can't afford it?  

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Feast and Field Market

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1544 Royalton Turnpike
Barnard
Vermont

Hartland Farmers Market

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The Library Fields at 153 Rt. 5
Hartland

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May 26 to October 6 | Friday 4 to 7pm

53 Main and Andover streets
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My 31 to October 11 | Wednesday 3 to 6pm

The Green on Rt 4
Woodstock

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Woodstock

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5 South Main Street
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280 Rt. 5 next to Fogg's True Value Hardware Store
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Rochester's Beautiful Park
Rochester

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Town Green
Royalton

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300 Clinton Street
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Windsor Town Green, State St.
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