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Pick for Your Neighbor

 

Pick for your Neighbor benefits the Vermont Foodbank by increasing the amount of fresh, healthy produce available for distribution to our network partner food shelves and meal sites throughout Vermont while also helping increase business for local orchards.

During apple harvest season, individuals, civic groups and companies are encouraged to visit a participating orchard to pick and purchase extra apples for donation to the Vermont Foodbank.

Consider spending a day at one of Vermont’s orchards this coming season and Pick for Your Neighbor! If you’re a corporate group looking to participate, learn more here. If you’re a civic group looking to participate, learn more here.

Pick for Your Neighbor is sponsored by Woodchuck Hard Cider and Front Porch Forum. Your contributions also make this program possible. Please consider giving to the Vermont Foodbank today.

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2017 Participating Orchards

Adams Apple Orchard, Williston
Allenholm Farm, South Hero
Burtt’s Apple Orchard, Cabot
Champlain Orchards, Shoreham
Chapin Orchard, Essex Junction
Douglas Orchard, Shoreham
Green Mountain Orchards, Putney
Hackett’s Orchard, South Hero
Hall’s Orchard, Isle La Motte
Happy Valley Orchard, Middlebury
Liberty Orchard, Brookfield
Mad Tom Orchard, East Dorset
Mendon Mountain Orchards, Mendon
Scott Farm, Dummerston
Shelburne Orchards, Shelburne
Wellwood Orchards, Springfield

2 Comments

  1. Sarah Jerome September 17, 2016 at 5:32 AM - Reply

    Are u taking volunteers to pick for the Vermont foodbank too? I don’t have any money but would like to volunteer to pick them to the needy!

    • Judy Stermer September 20, 2016 at 5:24 PM - Reply

      Sarah–we are always looking for volunteers. Please be in touch with our volunteer coordinator, Hanna Snyder: volunteer@vtfoodbank.org

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