News Release — Salvation Farms July 6, 2017 Contact: Theresa Snow email@example.com UVM students measure water and fuel costs of unsold Vermont crops A team of UVM undergraduates recently partnered with Salvation Farms, a Morrisville nonprofit, to calculate some of the environmental costs of crop loss in Vermont. Their report, An Analysis of the Environmental […]
News Release — Salvation Farms June 9, 2017 CONTACT: Theresa Snow Info@salvationfarms.org Salvation Farms Gathers Food System Colleagues for Day-Long Surplus Crop Forum Salvation Farms, in collaboration with Vermont Farm to Plate, hosted nearly 40 regional food system colleagues in May to strategize the first statewide conversation on moving more of Vermont’s surplus crops into […]
News Release — Salvation Farms Feb. 23, 2017 Contact: Theresa Snow Salvation Farms, Executive Director 802-522-3148 Info@salvationfarms.org During a NOFA Winter Conference workshop over the weekend, Salvation Farms facilitated a conversation with Vermont farmers to discuss what to do with surplus crops. The session began with some brief facts about why some crops grown on […]
News Release — Salvation Farms Dec. 19, 2016 Contact: Theresa Snow, Salvation Farms firstname.lastname@example.org 802-522-3148 Morrisville, VT, Dec 9, 2016 A recent study by Salvation Farms measures the demand for fresh produce within Vermont food or meal programs and teases out preferences and challenges regarding the sourcing and use of fruits and vegetables. The Morrisville-based […]
A scathing new report calculates that half of all the food produced in the U.S. alone goes to waste.
News Release — Salvation Farms Sept. 30, 2016 Contact: Theresa Snow, Salvation Farms email@example.com (802) 888-4360 Winooski, VT On Tuesday, September 27, Salvation Farms celebrated the opening of its new surplus-crop food hub in Winooski, Vermont. Known as the Vermont Commodity Program, the initiative engages a workforce development crew to clean, quality assess, and pack […]
News Release — Salvation Farms July 25, 2016 Contact: Marcella Houghton firstname.lastname@example.org Food Loss Study Reveals Opportunity for Increased use of Vermont-grown Food Morrisville, VT, July 11, 2016 In the first empirical study of food loss on Vermont farms, Salvation Farms and Isgood Community Research estimate that 14.3 million pounds of wholesome vegetables and berries […]
News Release — Salvation Farms Jan. 13, 2016 Contact: Theresa Snow email@example.com Morrisville, VT, January 13, 2016 Salvation Farms, a non-profit dedicated to managing Vermont’s farm surplus, is conducting a study to determine how much food is lost annually on Vermont farms. Rough estimates indicate that millions of pounds of crops never leave the farm […]
News Release — Salvation Farms June 23, 2015 Contact: Theresa Snow Executive Director Salvation Farms 802-888-4360 Info@salvationfarms.org New Donors Needed to Feed the Malnourished with Crops that Would Have Never Been Eaten Salvation Farms, a Morrisville based non-profit, has received a $10,000 matching grant for the second consecutive summer. What’s the catch … new donors […]
Rock Art is generously offering proceeds from the sale of the Humble Harvester to support the important work Salvation Farms does to keep Vermont-grown foods from going to waste.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Theresa Snow 802-522-3148 Theresa@salvationfarms.org Salvation Farms Receives Much Needed Community Support Salvation Farms is happy to see needed community support coming to the organization by way of an exciting challenge. An anonymous donor has returned to support their important work for a second year. This donor put $10,000 on the table […]
In late June Salvation Farms welcomed aboard Laurel Ferland as a full time volunteer. Her position is funded through the AmeriCorps VISTA Program where young professionals commit to a year of volunteer service within organizations designed to alleviate the effects of poverty.
Salvation Farms has created and launched a new, web-based tool called the Gleaners Interface, which streamlines and standardizes the gleaning process.
In Vermont, there are many farm and food projects taking place from farmers’ markets, and upscale restaurants serving local food, to food hubs and CSAs.