We may say that the story of Consider Bardwell Farm, in Southern Vermont, is a story of revival.
In 2000, Angela, a lifelong New Yorker and literary agent to some of the city’s finest chefs, purchased the property, then in a state of serious disrepair, with her husband Russell Glover, an architect.Read More
Since 2009, Jesse Werner and his team have been making Plymouth cheese at Plymouth Notch, by hand and in small batches, using a recipe virtually identical to the one developed by John Coolidge, the father of Calvin Coolidge, 30th president of the United States!Read More
The story of Vermont Creamery is like a fairy tale.
Just look at the photos of the dairy farm where it all started, or of Allison Hooper, one of the founders, and her goats! It’s Vermont at its best: the green pastures, the red barns, the rolling hills, the peace and tranquility.
In 2009 near Woodstock, Vermont, in a very unique initiative, 14 neighbors bought an 18-acre farm and creamery and created what is the first and only community-owned dairy and creamery in America.Read More