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67 Merchants Row
Rutland, VT, 05701
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Rutland Area Farm and Food Link (RAFFL) promotes local food knowledge, production and market opportunities for farmers and community members throughout our region.

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Rutland Herald | July 25, 2017

Phil Gurley serves through the AmeriCorps VISTA program as the marketing coordinator and community engagement at Rutland Area Food and Farm Link. Here Gurley gives a presentation to students at the New England Culinary Institute about local food systems.

Phil Gurley serves through the AmeriCorps VISTA program as the marketing coordinator and community engagement at Rutland Area Food and Farm Link. Here Gurley gives a presentation to students at the New England Culinary Institute about local food systems.

Mary Bilecki carts off some zucchini at the Rutland Farmers Market. She serves as the glean team coordinator at Rutland Area Farm and Food Link through the AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers In Service to America) program. Last year the glean team was able to collect more than 29,000 pounds of produce from 24 farms and homesteads. The produce was given to 28 distribution sites in the Rutland region. “I believe everyone, no matter the walk of life, deserves access to healthy, locally grown produce,” Bilecki said.

Mary Bilecki carts off some zucchini at the Rutland Farmers Market. She serves as the glean team coordinator at Rutland Area Farm and Food Link through the AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers In Service to America) program. Last year the glean team was able to collect more than 29,000 pounds of produce from 24 farms and homesteads. The produce was given to 28 distribution sites in the Rutland region. “I believe everyone, no matter the walk of life, deserves access to healthy, locally grown produce,” Bilecki said.