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Winter '17 | Issue thirty-nine

Neighbors to the North—A Vintner Mentor

Laura Sorkin | November 15, 2016 | Winter '17 | Issue thirty-nine

 Robert Leroyer and David Boyden

When David and Linda Boyden started Boyden Valley Winery in Cambridge in 1996, they had zero experience in viticulture or oenology, save for a class that David had taken at Cornell University.

Neighbors to the North—Seeding Relationships

| November 15, 2016 | Winter '17 | Issue thirty-nine

Seedlings in Quebec

Some 20 years ago, when Tom Stearns of High Mowing Seeds was living in Holland, Vermont, just on the border with Québec, he met Laurier Chabot at a biodynamic agriculture conference.

Neighbors to the North—Of Loaves and Land

Kate Spring | November 15, 2016 | Winter '17 | Issue thirty-nine

Combine mowing grain

Every week at Red Hen Baking Company in Middlesex, six tons of flour is mixed, kneaded, and transformed into 18,000 loaves of bread.

Au Marché

Caroline Abels | November 15, 2016 | Winter '17 | Issue thirty-nine

Honey samples from Ferme Pettigrew

On a sunny, crisp day in early September, a friend and I meandered over the border to visit three Québec farmers’ markets.

So Close And Yet So Far

Quebec may be nearby, but exporting food to Canada requires skill and patience.

Helen Labun | November 15, 2016 | Winter '17 | Issue thirty-nine

So Close And Yet So Far

Ask people in agriculture about the challenges of selling Vermont food in Québec, and folks tend to have the same first reaction.

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