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Farm Argonomic Practice Applications are Now Open

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Farm Agronomic Practice Program Applications Open Now

Vermont Agency of Agriculture Food & Markets The Farm Agronomic Practice (FAP) Program is now open for applications from Vermont farms to support the installation of field conservation practices this summer through next spring. This program invests in soil-based agronomic practices that improve soil quality, increase crop production, and reduce erosion and surface runoff from agricultural fields.

The Farm Argonomic Practice program operates on a first-come-first-served model and requires relatively little paperwork compared to some other funding programs. If you are interested in applying conservation practices on your farm, we encourage you to look into this program and to apply as far ahead of time as possible. Applications are currently being accepted for Vermont farms interested in beginning new agronomic practices between July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023 may now apply.

The program cannot fund the same practice on the same field that the applicant is receiving payment for under another state or federal agreement (such as EQIP or CSP)

Riparian Forest Buffer Webinar

Riparian forest buffers are combinations of trees and shrubs designed to mitigate the impacts of land use on a water feature. These areas are connections between aquatic and upland habitats for wildlife and can also serve as linear connections to other habitat areas along the water feature.

Join Wisconsin Land+Water, Wisconsin NRCS, and the Savanna Institute for this free webinar that will go over NRCS criteria and guidance for riparian forest buffers and combinations of trees and shrubs designed to mitigate the impacts of land use on a water feature.

Webinar: May 26 @ 10 a.m.

St. Johnsbury Pet Parade June 4, 2022

The 73rd Annual St. Johnsbury Pet Parade is coming up! After all the cancelled and virtual events of the past few years, this year’s parade is particularly significant. In honor of all the pets that selflessly gave us comfort and true happiness over the last few years, the theme of this year’s parade is ‘Our Pets, Our Heroes’. 

Wanted are sheep, horses, cows, goats, and of course household pets for the parade. All animals and their human friends are welcome. Help make this the biggest pet parade ever!

Pet Parade: June 4 @ 10 a.m.

2022 VEOC Vermont Employee Ownership Conference

The 20th Annual Vermont Employee Ownership Conference (VEOC) will be held June 9 at the Dudley H. Davis Center at the University of Vermont in Burlington. Learn about the unique benefits and challenges of employee ownership at this full-day event, featuring 19 informative workshops and a keynote by Jennifer Briggs, CEO of Modern Times Beer. This year’s keynote will explore “Three Horizons of Employee Ownership: Policy, Company Futures, and Individual Performance.” Registration for the 2022 Vermont Employee Ownership Conference is now open. Register by June 3rd to take advantage of the discounted early bird pricing.

VEOC Conference: June 9

Marketing Mondy Facebook Live Webinar Series

Knowing your audience is the foundation of any marketing strategy. Once you have an understanding of who you want to connect with online and in-person, you can build those connections into meaningful relationships. In this monthly Facebook Live series, The Livestock Conservancy and Food Animal Concerns Trust will help farmers and small business owners build their audience into a community. In the upcoming webinar, How to Build Audience Engagement on Social Media, Paige Jackson is returning to help you build on your social media basics to increase your audience engagements and boost your brand awareness. All sessions are recorded.

Webinar: May 23 @ 2 p.m.

DBIC Marketing and Branding Services Grant Applications Due June 8



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