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  • Share Cropping

    Is the CSA boom coming to an end?
    The atmosphere at Burlington’s Intervale Community Farm is festive as customers trickle in, shopping bags in hand, to collect their weekly shares of produce…

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    Side Dishes: Mark Bittman visits VT; Kloeti and Bivins honored; FarmPlate helps food businesses
    Last Friday, food journalist, author and New York Times columnist Mark Bittman and Sen. Bernie Sanders gathered farmers and employees of the Burlington Intervale Center…

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    Side Dishes: Top chefs and Intervale farmers "Stick a Fork in It"
    Vermont cuisine is known for its strong ties between chefs and farmers. On Sunday, October 30, the Intervale Center Farmers’ Recovery Fund will reap the…

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  • Lost Season

    After the flood, Intervale farmers assess the damage
    It was a tough spring for Adam Hausmann. Floodwater seeped into his fields in Burlington’s Intervale five times over two months, drowning hundreds of…

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  • Growing at the Intervale
  • Growing at the Intervale

    Side Dishes: Burlington agriculture hub promotes from within
    Glenn McRae, the soft-spoken executive director of Burlington’s Intervale Center, has stepped down. Why the change? “I’m taking a nap,” jokes McRae by phone.…

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  • Abenaki Heritage Harvest

    Bite Club TV
    Ever wanted to eat like the first Vermonters? In honor of last year's Lake Champlain Quadricentennial, the folks at the Burlington Intervale began growing an…

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  • Dueling Diets
  • Dueling Diets

    Two radically different ways to save on eats
    According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, in 2008, the average American household spent roughly 9.6 percent of its disposable income on food. That’s a…

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  • Mob City

    Green Mountain Crop Mob cultivates community on the farm
    Adam Hausmann looks flummoxed by the stapled pages of directions he holds in his hand. He turns them over and studies them some more.…

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  • Getting a Chubby

    New muffin shop slated for Old North End
    According to Skinny Pancake owner Benjy Adler, he and his staffers have long joked that the crêperie has an alter ego called “The Chubby…

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  • The Bluebird Is Flying
  • The Bluebird Is Flying

    Burlington's first "gastropub" opens its doors
    People open all sorts of restaurants for all sorts of reasons, but not many are inspired by the drinking habits of long-dead presidents. After…

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  • Indian Summer

    Native food rises again at the Intervale
    “When I was in college here, anthropologists still thought that Indians only roamed through here in hunting bands,” says University of Vermont ethnobotanist Kit Anderson.…

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    Side Dishes: Entrées and Exits
    When Abbey Duke started Burlington’s Sugarsnap with NECI-trained co-owners Kirk and Katie Fiore, the two chefs envisioned the eatery as a “five-year plan,” says Duke.…

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  • State of the (Fast Food) Nation
  • State of the (Fast Food) Nation

    Post-Vermont, Eric Schlosser dishes on trends in American eating
    Eric Schlosser is the man who told Americans exactly what lies between their hamburger buns. His best-selling expos of the cheap-eats industry, Fast Food…

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  • Hoop House Hoopla

    Ruling Gives Half Pint Full Permission
    They had to jump through some hoops to get it, but Spencer and Mara Welton of Burlington's Half Pint Farm just received approval to build…

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  • Compost Happens... or Not

    Opinion
    By now, everyone in Burlington has probably heard about the swift response from the Agency of Natural Resources - largely the Natural Resources Board and…

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  • Cultivating Relationships

    Side Dishes: Local refugees are out of Africa, into gardening
    Most Africans know their way around a garden. Cultivating the land is an integral part of the culture, whether the gardener's native language is Somali,…

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  • Permit Problems

    Come smell or high water
    Each year Megan Kolbay, owner of Earthgirl Composting, drops off around 6000 pounds of waste - including beef bones, tea bags, cotton balls and pizza…

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