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June 09, 2015
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Amy Halloran, Writer

Amy Halloran lives on eight city lots with her sons, husband and seven hens. She writes about the changing foodscape for regional and national outlets. see Amy's stories...


Brent Harrewyn, Photographer

Brent Harrewyn takes pride in complementing and exploring Vermont’s culinary landscape with his camera. “It’s an honor to collaborate with and be a part of the local food movement in the Green Mountain State.” see Brent's stories...


Caleb Kenna, Photographer

Caleb Kenna is a photographer based in Brandon.  He grew up in Vermont and his work has appeared in The New York Times, Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Frommer’s, Rutland Magazine, Vermont Life, Vermont Land Trust, and many other publications. see Caleb's stories...


Carol Sullivan, Photographer

Carol Sullivan is a freelance photographer who lives in northern Vermont. She has a passion for local food, both photographing it and eating it. see Carol's stories...


Chris Davis, Writer

Chris Davis is a freelance food and travel writer who spent 29 years as an editor and executive in the publishing industry and seven years in the restaurant business, traveling the world in search of a food he doesn’t like (still looking). Chris lives just north of Boston, where he can generally be found eating, growing, planning, preparing or dreaming about his next meal. see Chris's stories...


Corey Burdick, Writer

Corey Burdick is a freelance writer who has spent the past 10 years pursuing her passion for all things food and wine. She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College who has worked as a fine-wine account manager and received her WSET Level 2 certification from the Vermont Wine School. When she isn’t writing or cooking up something delicious with locally sourced foods, you can find her kayaking, running, vintage treasure hunting, roller-skating or puddle jumping, but definitely not camping. see Corey's stories...


Dorian Yates, Writer

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Emily McKenna, Writer

Emily McKenna is the marketing manager at Skillet Design & Marketing, a food-focused design and marketing agency, in Burlington, Vermont. She is a trained cook and former magazine editor living in the Mad River Valley with her son, Giuseppe, and husband, John. see Emily's stories...


Frederica Templeton, Writer

Frederica Templeton is a freelance writer, aspiring gardener and indiscriminate reader of cookbooks and recipes who is not afraid to serve something never tried before to unsuspecting guests. She is also the co-founder and editorial director of Yellow Barn Communications in Manchester, Vermont. see Frederica's stories...


Greg Nesbit, Photographer

Gregory Nesbit is a commercial photographer with a specialty in culinary and hospitality photography. He has a studio in Bennington, VT. see Greg's stories...


Julianne Puckett, Writer

Julianne Puckett is a blogger and freelance writer who left an IT career in Southern suburbia to return to her New England roots. A graduate of Mount Holyoke College, she lives with her husband and two rescue dogs on a “farmette” in Jericho, where she tries to develop ever more inventive ways to prevent deer from destroying her garden. see Julianne's stories...


Kathryn deBros, Writer

Kathryn deBros is a writer, teacher and maker of things. She lives in Bennington, Vermont, with her husband and beasts. see Kathryn's stories...


Katie Powers, Writer

Katie Powers lives in Waterville, Vermont, where she and her partner run a small diversified farm. She is grateful to her mother, who has always insisted that her children eat their vegetables. Katie is a graduate student of creative writing. see Katie's stories...


Kirsten Schimoler, Writer

Kirsten Schimoler graduated from Cornell University with a degree in food science in 2008 and later returned to her home state of Vermont to pursue a “dream job” at Ben & Jerry’s. She is a product developer of new innovation at Ben & Jerry’s, focusing on implementing Values-Led Sourcing initiatives such as Fair Trade. see Kirsten's stories...


Kristina Sepetys, Writer

Kristina Sepetys lives in Berkeley, California in a small cottage with a big garden that her urban farmer friends use to grow produce for their CSAs. She loves reading and writing about cookbooks and testing recipes for accuracy (and taste!). She is a frequent contributor to Edible publications throughout the country. see Kristina's stories...


Kristy Dooley, Photographer

Kristy Dooley is a natural light, on location photographer specializing in Portraits, Food, Fine Art, and Macro Photography. see Kristy's stories...


Laura Sorkin, Writer

Laura Sorkin is an organic farmer, classically trained cook and food writer. She lives in northwest Vermont with her husband and two children. see Laura's stories...


Linda Belt-Burnier, Writer

Linda Belt-Burnier is a freelance editor and writer who lives with her son and her French-chef husband in rural Middlesex, Vermont. She has written for Food & Nutrition, a publication of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and managed publication of a top-ranked nutrition journal. When she hosts their French relatives at their home, she loves to show off the state’s exceptional cheese, breads, and, yes, apples, and regularly sends them home with a jug of maple syrup, grade B. see Linda's stories...


Lisa Masé, Writer

Lisa Masé is a translator, poet, food writer and cooking educator. She works from her experience in healing various conditions with the help of food, herbs and harmonious life choices. She specializes in traditional foods and whole foods for real people. Growing up homesteading in northern Italy taught her that, by honoring food traditions, we restore meaning in our lives and remain connected to the earth that feeds us. Her passion for the language of food urges her to travel and gain experiential knowledge about ways in which people around the globe find their true sources of nourishment. see Lisa's stories...


Lynn Grieger, Writer

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Maria Buteux Reade, Writer

Maria Buteux Reade transitioned from 27 years as a boarding school teacher and dean to become a working partner at Someday Farm in East Dorset. When not on her tractor turning compost, she writes in an old sugarhouse, happy to share that space with a few cows, some wandering geese and bales of sweet hay. Maria has a home along the Battenkill River in Arlington. see Maria's stories...


Michele Jacobson, Writer

Michele Jacobson is a certified clinical nutritionist and the author of Just Because You’re an American Doesn’t Mean You Have to Eat Like One!, a book about how to shop for healthy food in the American marketplace and health benefits derived from different cultural diets of the world. She is working on a new book about genetically modified foods (GMOs). She divides her time between Jamaica, Vermont and New Jersey. see MIchele's stories...


Nathan Allen, Writer

Nathan Allen trained as a Chef at Johnson & Wales University in Rhode Island and in the kitchens of Paris, France. More recently he has been writing for The Mountain Times newspaper in Killington and other publications about food, skiing, and community events. He lives in Rutland with his wife. see Nathan's stories...


Nathan Meunier, Writer

Nathan Meunier is a craft beer geek, author, and freelance writer living in Shaftsbury. He primarily covers video games and tech for publications like Mac|Life, IGN, GameSpot, and Official Xbox Magazine, among many others, but he’s still a country dude at heart.” see Nathan's stories...


Nicole L’Huillier Fenton, Writer

Nicole L’Huillier Fenton co-founder of Skillet Design & Marketing, has extensive experience in food marketing and journalism. In addition to working with a variety of local and national food producers, Fenton was the marketing manager at City Market, Onion River Co-op in Burlington. Fenton recently helped to start one of Vermont’s most successful farmers markets, the 5 Corners Farmers Market in Essex Junction, where she lives with her husband and son. see Nicole's stories...


Pamela Hunt, Writer

Pamela Hunt is a writer and editor who lives in South Burlington with her husband and two dogs. see Pamela's stories...


Paul Reynolds, Photographer

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Sarah Baughman, Writer

Sarah Baughman writes from Newport, Vermont, where she lives with her husband and two children and works as a school publications coordinator. Originally from Michigan, she’s finding her place in the Green Mountain food scene with chickens, a garden, and a basement full of canning jars. see Sarah's stories...


Sarah Zobel, Writer

Sarah Zobel writes profiles and features, primarily on health and wellness and education. Her work has appeared in O, The Oprah Magazine; Utne Reader; Boston Globe Magazine; Vermont Medicine; Scholastic Parent & Child; Best of Burlington; and elsewhere. see Sarah's stories...


Sheila McGrory-Klyza, Writer

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Theodora Ziolkowski, Writer

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Tracey Medeiros, Writer

Tracey Medeiros is a freelance food writer, food stylist, recipe developer and tester. Tracey is the author of The Vermont Farm Table Cookbook (The Countryman Press, May 2013) and Dishing Up Vermont (Storey Publishing, 2008). The Countryman Press will publish her third book, The Connecticut Farm Table Cookbook, due out in 2015. see Tracey's stories...


Troy Shaheen, Writer

Troy Shaheen is a freelance writer who has made his way from the Hudson Valley to Brattleboro to Boston. A former marketing and program director for Putney Student Travel, his work has appeared in VT Digger, Seven Days, and Southern Vermont Arts & Living. see Troy's stories...


Vera Chang, Writer/Photographer

Vera Chang is PR and marketing director for Shelburne Farms. Vera’s writing has appeared in Bitch magazine, Civil Eats and Triple Pundit. Her photographs have been published in TIME, Edible Manhattan and NPR. see Vera's stories...

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