Thursday, April 14th / 6 pm
Black Sheep Books, State St., MONTPELIER
Rural Vermont director Jared Carter will chronicle the recent dispute between Rural Vermont and the Agency of Agriculture about the legality of raw milk dairy processing classes. After detailing the background and current status of the dairy workshops, he’ll speak to how their shutdown infringes upon all of our rights to eat what we want in the privacy of our own homes, cuts at our fundamental right to freedom of speech, and creates yet another barrier to economic justice for Vermont’s farmers. Bring your questions, concerns, and friends! (After the lecture, continue the discussion with us at the Rural Vermont benefit at the Three Penny Taproom on Main Street in Montpelier. See below for more details!)
Rural Vermont Benefit at the Three Penny Taproom
Thursday, April 14th / 7 pm til close
Three Penny Taproom, Main St., MONTPELIER
The Three Penny Taproom will be generously donating a portion of their sales to Rural Vermont on this one special night! Join us at the Three Penny to enjoy a beer from their extensive menu of the finest and distinct draught selections. Or try them all — it’s for a good cause, right? Pair your beer with some late-night food from their tapas menu, which will of course include a variety of Vermont’s raw milk cheeses. Thanks Three Penny! (Before the benefit, come hear what’s happening with the raw dairy classes and work up an appetite for some raw milk cheese (legal of course) and beer. See above for more details!)
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