Participating Organizations

The NESAWG Network is made up of hundreds of organizations representing diverse interests across the Northeast. Below is a partial list of organizations that participate in NESAWG. If you would like to be added to the list, contact Tracy Lerman, NESAWG Communications Manager.


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  • Vermont Agency of Agriculture
    "The Vermont Agency of Agriculture's mission is to facilitate, support and encourage the growth and viability of agriculture while protecting the working landscape, human health, animal health, plant health, consumers and the environment."

    116 State Street Montpelier, Vt 05620-2901
    (802) 828-2430
  • Vermont Community Foundation
  • Vermont Farm Viability Enhancement Program
  • Vermont FEED
    Vermont FEED grew out of a belief that the growing disconnect from our land, our food and our agricultural roots was neither healthful nor sustainable; and that we could simultaneously promote the resurgence of local farms and increase equitable access to fresh, healthy food for all children through education and outreach in schools.  Founded in 2000, Vermont FEED has worked with more than one third of Vermont schools to create robust and viable Farm to School programs. As of 2007, Vermont FEED serves as the Northeast Regional Lead for the National Farm to School Network. Vermont Food Education Every Day (FEED) is a Farm to School program run as a partnership of two Vermont non-profit organizations: Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT), and Shelburne Farms.

    1611 Harbor Road Shelburne, VT 05482
    (802) 985-0318
  • Vermont Land Trust
  • Vermont Migrant Farmworker Solidarity Project
  • Vital Communities
    Vital Communities is a regional nonprofit organization based in White River Junction, VT, that works to engage citizens, organizations, and communities in creating solutions to our region's challenges. Core Values Vital Communities' agenda and programs emerge from, and are driven by, regional needs and community interests. Vital Communities takes on issues where regional coordination and leadership can achieve results. As a neutral convener, Vital Communities brings diverse people and organizations together to devise and implement collaborative solutions. Vital Communities serves sixty-nine towns in the Upper Connecticut River Valley region of Vermont and New Hampshire. The perimeter of our service area includes Ryegate, VT and Bath, NH in the north; New London, NH in the east; Walpole, NH and Westminster, VT in the south; and Bethel, VT in the west.

    195 North Main Street, White River Junction, VT 05001
    802-291-9100
  • Voice of America