Public Tour of the Intervale!
Jul
28
10:00 am10:00

Public Tour of the Intervale!

Join us at the Intervale Center to learn about the Intervale’s rich agricultural history and innovative programs and visit the Intervale Conservation Nursery greenhouses, the Intervale Food Hub barn, and the Intervale farmer complex. Public tours provide a general overview of our programs, are geared towards the Burlington community, and are subject to scheduling changes. If you are traveling to Burlington for a tour or have more specific questions or needs, please choose a private tour. Public tours are free and open to the community and last about an hour.

Free public tours take place at 10 AM on the 4th Friday of the month from April – October (2017 dates: April 28, May 26, June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, and October 27). Meet at the Intervale Center offices (the red brick building on the right-hand side of Intervale Road, just past Gardener’s Supply Co.) Advance reservations required. For more information or to RSVP, contact Carolyn Zeller at carolyn@intervale.org 

Public Tour of the Intervale!
Aug
25
10:00 am10:00

Public Tour of the Intervale!

Join us at the Intervale Center to learn about the Intervale’s rich agricultural history and innovative programs and visit the Intervale Conservation Nursery greenhouses, the Intervale Food Hub barn, and the Intervale farmer complex. Public tours provide a general overview of our programs, are geared towards the Burlington community, and are subject to scheduling changes. If you are traveling to Burlington for a tour or have more specific questions or needs, please choose a private tour. Public tours are free and open to the community and last about an hour.

Free public tours take place at 10 AM on the 4th Friday of the month from April – October (2017 dates: April 28, May 26, June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, and October 27). Meet at the Intervale Center offices (the red brick building on the right-hand side of Intervale Road, just past Gardener’s Supply Co.) Advance reservations required. For more information or to RSVP, contact Carolyn Zeller at carolyn@intervale.org 

Public Tour of the Intervale!
Sep
29
10:00 am10:00

Public Tour of the Intervale!

Join us at the Intervale Center to learn about the Intervale’s rich agricultural history and innovative programs and visit the Intervale Conservation Nursery greenhouses, the Intervale Food Hub barn, and the Intervale farmer complex. Public tours provide a general overview of our programs, are geared towards the Burlington community, and are subject to scheduling changes. If you are traveling to Burlington for a tour or have more specific questions or needs, please choose a private tour. Public tours are free and open to the community and last about an hour.

Free public tours take place at 10 AM on the 4th Friday of the month from April – October (2017 dates: April 28, May 26, June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, and October 27). Meet at the Intervale Center offices (the red brick building on the right-hand side of Intervale Road, just past Gardener’s Supply Co.) Advance reservations required. For more information or to RSVP, contact Carolyn Zeller at carolyn@intervale.org 

Public Tour of the Intervale!
Oct
27
10:00 am10:00

Public Tour of the Intervale!

Join us at the Intervale Center to learn about the Intervale’s rich agricultural history and innovative programs and visit the Intervale Conservation Nursery greenhouses, the Intervale Food Hub barn, and the Intervale farmer complex. Public tours provide a general overview of our programs, are geared towards the Burlington community, and are subject to scheduling changes. If you are traveling to Burlington for a tour or have more specific questions or needs, please choose a private tour. Public tours are free and open to the community and last about an hour.

Free public tours take place at 10 AM on the 4th Friday of the month from April – October (2017 dates: April 28, May 26, June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, and October 27). Meet at the Intervale Center offices (the red brick building on the right-hand side of Intervale Road, just past Gardener’s Supply Co.) Advance reservations required. For more information or to RSVP, contact Carolyn Zeller at carolyn@intervale.org 


Public Tour of the Intervale!
Jun
23
10:00 am10:00

Public Tour of the Intervale!

Join us at the Intervale Center to learn about the Intervale’s rich agricultural history and innovative programs and visit the Intervale Conservation Nursery greenhouses, the Intervale Food Hub barn, and the Intervale farmer complex. Public tours provide a general overview of our programs, are geared towards the Burlington community, and are subject to scheduling changes. If you are traveling to Burlington for a tour or have more specific questions or needs, please choose a private tour. Public tours are free and open to the community and last about an hour.

Free public tours take place at 10 AM on the 4th Friday of the month from April – October (2017 dates: April 28, May 26, June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, and October 27). Meet at the Intervale Center offices (the red brick building on the right-hand side of Intervale Road, just past Gardener’s Supply Co.) Advance reservations required. For more information or to RSVP, contact Carolyn Zeller at carolyn@intervale.org 

Preservation Burlington Homes Tour
Jun
3
12:00 pm12:00

Preservation Burlington Homes Tour

An annual event, the Preservation Burlington Homes Tour highlights Burlington's residential architecture and allows participants rare access to private homes. The Intervale Center’s historic farmstead will be featured in this year’s tour!

Tickets will be available in May!

Public Tour of the Intervale!
May
26
10:00 am10:00

Public Tour of the Intervale!

Join us at the Intervale Center to learn about the Intervale’s rich agricultural history and innovative programs and visit the Intervale Conservation Nursery greenhouses, the Intervale Food Hub barn, and the Intervale farmer complex. Public tours provide a general overview of our programs, are geared towards the Burlington community, and are subject to scheduling changes. If you are traveling to Burlington for a tour or have more specific questions or needs, please choose a private tour. Public tours are free and open to the community and last about an hour.

Free public tours take place at 10 AM on the 4th Friday of the month from April – October (2017 dates: April 28, May 26, June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, and October 27). Meet at the Intervale Center offices (the red brick building on the right-hand side of Intervale Road, just past Gardener’s Supply Co.) Advance reservations required. For more information or to RSVP, contact Carolyn Zeller at carolyn@intervale.org 

Rally for Change Tabling!
May
16
12:00 pm12:00

Rally for Change Tabling!

Anytime you check-out at City Market, you can choose to "round up" your total to the nearest dollar. Each month, that spare change is donated to three great non-profits that align with the Co-op's mission. The Intervale Center Gleaning and Food Rescue program will be one of the recipients for the month of May!

We will be tabling outside of City Market for Rally for Change on May 15th and 16th. Come say hello!  

Rally for Change Tabling!
May
15
May 16

Rally for Change Tabling!

Anytime you check-out at City Market, you can choose to "round up" your total to the nearest dollar. Each month, that spare change is donated to three great non-profits that align with the Co-op's mission. The Intervale Center Gleaning and Food Rescue program will be one of the recipients for the month of May!

We will be tabling outside of City Market for Rally for Change on May 15th and 16th. Come say hello!  

World Disco Soup Day!
Apr
30
12:00 pm12:00

World Disco Soup Day!

  • Arts Riot

"We are all painfully aware of the issue of food waste and food insecurity here at home and globally. There is a global effort to bring this issue to light by holding hundreds of Disco Soups across the globe April 29th and 30th. Disco Soup is a culinary and musical act of protest, and began in 2012 in Germany with the Slow Food Youth Network there. Since then, they have spread across the world as a fun, meaningful way to bring this crisis into focus with delicious impact – hundreds of millions of tons of food have been diverted from landfills, compost heaps and dumpsters right onto plates.

Slow Food Vermont is teaming up with our youth chapters at Slow Food UVM and Slow Food Green Mountain College as well as the Chittenden County Emergency Food Shelf and area chefs and farms to host what is so far the only Disco Soup in the US! Please mark your calendars to come help us chop our way to end hunger! Don’t forget to stop by the Intervale Center’s Gleaning and Food Rescue table to say hello and learn about what we are doing to fight food insecurity!"

Click here to find out more!

People’s Climate March in Montpelier
Apr
29
12:00 pm12:00

People’s Climate March in Montpelier

  • Montpelier, VT

We will meet at the High School at 12 pm to gather to march together with food, farming, and conservation related signs. Hope to see you there!

RSVP to Chelsea@intervale.org and let us know you’ll be joining the Intervale Center crowd and we’ll send you more information about where to meet etc.

Public tour of the Intervale!
Apr
28
10:00 am10:00

Public tour of the Intervale!

Join us at the Intervale Center to learn about the Intervale’s rich agricultural history and innovative programs and visit the Intervale Conservation Nursery greenhouses, the Intervale Food Hub barn, and the Intervale farmer complex. Public tours provide a general overview of our programs, are geared towards the Burlington community, and are subject to scheduling changes. If you are traveling to Burlington for a tour or have more specific questions or needs, please choose a private tour. Public tours are free and open to the community and last about an hour.

Free public tours take place at 10 AM on the 4th Friday of the month from April – October (2017 dates: April 28, May 26, June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, and October 27). Meet at the Intervale Center offices (the red brick building on the right-hand side of Intervale Road, just past Gardener’s Supply Co.) Advance reservations required. For more information or to RSVP, contact Carolyn Zeller at carolyn@intervale.org 

The Dish: Going with the Grain
Apr
26
5:30 pm17:30

The Dish: Going with the Grain

  • Arts Riot

5:30pm – 7:00pm ArtsRiot, 400 Pine St,

Doors open at 5:00pm. Cash bar.

As Vermont's local food culture becomes more entrenched and increasingly mainstream, many farmers are looking to grow staple crops such as wheat, oats, rye, spelt and dry corn. Many of these cultivars flourished in the northeast in centuries past, but are sensitive to erratic weather and require long growing seasons, extensive acreage and lots of machine-based tillage, among other inputs. Local chefs, bakers, brewers, distillers and other food-related consumers are keen to find a steady supply of quality local grains. To what extent can the state supply these businesses with homegrown grain? In this panel discussion, Vermont grain farmers chat with bakers, distillers and maltsters about what is possible, practical and sustainable for the land and its people.

Brought to you by City Market, the Intervale Center, and Seven Days with special thanks to ArtsRiot.

Meet the Panel:

·       Jack Lazor, Butterworks Farm

·       Randy George, Red Hen Baking Co.

·       Connor Burleigh, WhistlePig Whiskey

·       Bobby Grim, Foam Brewers

-       Moderated by Pamela Polston, cofounder and coeditor of Seven Days.

Click here to find out more!

Cooking Demonstration with Author Molly Stevens
Apr
7
5:30 pm17:30

Cooking Demonstration with Author Molly Stevens

  • Healthy Living

Join James Beard award-winning cookbook author Molly Stevens and the Intervale Center’s Executive Director, Travis Marcotte, for a culinary conversation and cooking demonstration! It’s an evening of exploring smart (and tasty) ways to utilize local ingredients in your kitchen, even in late winter. We’ll talk about the Intervale Center’s gleaning and food rescue program and how to reduce kitchen waste using less familiar cuts of meat and turning storage vegetables into wonderful dishes. The improvisational menu will take its inspiration from the products brought to us by our farmer friends working with the Intervale Center. There will be delicious food, a cash bar and no shortage of useful tips. Join us for this special event!

Click here for tickets!