Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Champagne of Garlic: Vermont organic and local

Garlic is a popular harvest treat at Vermont farmers markets and road-side farm stands this month. For most of us, it’s all good garlic. For the discerning connoisseur, each part of the state produces subtly different regional garlic flavors. In … Continue reading

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September at the Farm


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More Help for Vermont Farmers after the floods of Hurricane Irene

The flash floods brought on by the tropical storms following Hurricane Irene added insult to injury in Vermont. Seven hundred homes reported damage before the post-Irene flash floods, that number is expected to rise as the waters recede. Barn and … Continue reading

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Crop Mobs save Vermont Farms in the Wake of Hurricane Irene

While the Green Mountain State was ravaged by Hurricane Irene, we held our breath at Green Mountain Garlic. Luckily, the Garlic Farm weathered the storm very well. When we see the devastation across Vermont we cannot be more grateful for … Continue reading

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