• Respecting Life, Accepting Death: Thoughts Regarding On-Farm Slaughter
  • Respecting Life, Accepting Death: Thoughts Regarding On-Farm Slaughter

    On a cold day in November, Malik’s car pulls up in our driveway. He and a companion, Papa, step out. . . We shake hands and exchange warm greetings. Malik asks after my husband and our two grown children. I ask Malik and Papa how their families are doing. We comment on the weather. Daylight is fading, however, and there’s work to do, so we head to the barn. 

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In the News: NOFA-VT

Local Banquet | January 21, 2019 | Winter 2019

In the News: NOFA-VT

The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT) is one of the, if not The, powerhouse nonprofit organizations in Vermont's sustainable food movement. It is also a model for similar organizations across the country. This leadership is due in large part to an individual leader, Enid Wonacott, who passed away this weekend. 

Respecting Life, Accepting Death: Thoughts Regarding On-Farm Slaughter

Chris Sims | January 14, 2019 | Featured

Respecting Life, Accepting Death: Thoughts Regarding On-Farm Slaughter

On a cold day in November, Malik’s car pulls up in our driveway. He and a companion, Papa, step out. . . We shake hands and exchange warm greetings. Malik asks after my husband and our two grown children. I ask Malik and Papa how their families are doing. We comment on the weather. Daylight is fading, however, and there’s work to do, so we head to the barn. 

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