Hill Farming in the Mad River Valley” is a documentary film featuring the history and future of the Mad River Valley’s hill farms. This film, sponsored by the Mad River Valley Planning District and the River Rural Resource Commission and produced by Meg Campbell, reflects on the reasons why the earliest farms in the Valley (and Vermont) took root high above the rich soils of the floodplain. Compelling historical photos and cameos by local farmers reveal how higher elevation farmland is more important than ever to the vitality of agriculture in our community and the state. This project was awarded 2013 Project of The Year by both the Vermont Planners Association and the Northern New England Chapter of the American Planning Association

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