The Buffalo Mountain Co-op is excited to announce Emily Hershberger as our first General Manager. Emily is currently the Director of Human Resources at the New England Culinary Institute. For over nine years she worked at Jasper Hill as they grew from 11 to more than 80 workers. As a Certified Senior Human Resources Professional with studies in management, she brings a strong background in business. Emily was a founding co-owner of the Langdon Street Café, a collectively run coffee shop and music venue and is currently consulting with Nutty Steph’s Chocolate and Granola to support them as they transition from a sole proprietorship to a collaboratively run organization. Some of the community may know her from the yoga classes she taught in the area. Her combination of business acumen, experience with collaborative work environments, knowledge of the food industry, and heart-centered leadership style are assets that will be beneficial for Buffalo Mountain.
In her free time, Emily enjoys cross country skiing, paddling, biking, baking, meditation, gardening, writing, playing with her son and nourishing the friendships in her life. We welcome her as she starts her new role at the Co-op on March 25th.
“The Great Artist Remake” Think Van Gogh!, Monet! Kahlo! O’Keefe! Toulouse! This month we ask you to produce your own rendition of a famous classical art piece. Any medium accepted. Please drop off your ready to hang art on Friday March 1st at the Coop Café from 5pm- 7pm.
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The Art Opening for this event will be held Saturday March 2nd in the Coop Café from 4pm-6pm.
Wine tasting by Boyden Valley Winery of Cambridge, VT
Cheeses sampling by Jasper Hill of Greensboro, VT.
Baroque violin performed by Nathan Broersma.
“The Great Artist Remake” Think Van Gogh!, Monet! Kahlo! O’Keefe! Toulouse! This month we ask you to produce your own rendition of a famous classical art piece. Any medium accepted.
Please drop off your ready to hang art on Friday March 1st at the Coop Café from 5pm- 7pm.
The Art Opening for this event will be held Saturday March 2nd in the Coop Café from 4pm-6pm. Join us for a wine tasting of Boyden Valley Wines of Cambridge, VT with paired cheeses by Jasper Hill of Greensboro, VT. Baroque violin performed by Nathan Broersma.
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Come check out the art on display in the coop cafe for the month of February!
“ADMIRE” February tends to brew reflection on thoughts, feelings and gratitude of admiration when Saint Valentine is shared with friends, family and lovers mid month. These artists share what resonates for them in the use of this word in describing feelings from the heart and mind.
Art on display by:
Nicole J. Boothby
Linda Mae Clow
Donna Underwood Owens
Luna Rose Pepe
Download pdf version HERE!
Printed copies available soon.
Happy New Year, co-op members! May it exceed all our expectations!
There are many changes happening in the world of co-ops, natural foods and Buffalo Mountain specifically. Many of these changes will affect our member-owners. In our last email we mentioned hosting a few member forums in the new year to discuss these potential changes at Buffalo Mountain. We have the dates and times now:
Sunday January 20 at 6:00
THIS SUNDAY CANCELLED DUE TO SNOWSTORM
Monday January 21 at 6:00 &
Sunday January 27 at 4:00
This presentation and the forums will be held at
The Center for an Agricultural Economy & Vermont Food Venture Center
140 Junction Rd, Hardwick, VT 05843 located behind Aubuchon Hardware