Farm-Fresh Vermont: The Culinary Wonders of the Green Mountain State
Experience farm-fresh, artisan-crafted culinary delights on this sumptuous journey through New England’s agricultural belt of Vermont. Through expert cooking demonstrations and field trips, taste authentic New England foods including cheeses, maple products, smoked meats, cider, wine and distilled spirits — and learn how they are made.
The Best of Burlington, Shelburne and the Champlain Islands
With a population of just over 40,000, Vermont’s largest city is by no means a metropolis. But what Burlington lacks in population it makes up for in walkability, history, the arts and entrepreneurial pluckiness. Stroll Church Street Marketplace — a nationally recognized pedestrian walk lined with restaurants and shops, amid musicians, college students and street vendors — with a local historian.
Lake Champlain: History Beneath the Surface
Join local historians, archaeologists, museum staff and other experts to discover how beautiful Lake Champlain became the staging ground for pivotal moments in the history of Vermont, New York and Canada.
Farming and Feeding Vermont – Service Program
Vermont is known nationwide for its forward-thinking and innovative efforts to enact social change – and you can be part of that change. Join Vermont’s fight against food insecurity on this impactful service program, where depending on the date you’ll take part in projects at community gardens, farms and non-profits.