Neighborhood Roots Food Collective exists to support community members and local farmers in growing the food that we eat, while helping to ensure that all of our neighbors have access to healthy, locally-produced food.

Eat Local

Food is more than just what we eat.

It’s about Relationships.
With our neighbors, with our farmers, with the land.

It’s about Sharing with and Caring for one another.

It’s about Empowerment and Security.
Knowing we can feed ourselves. Right. Here.

Good food shouldn’t be a privilege, it’s for ALL of us.

Growing, Sharing, Preserving, Enjoying, Empowering, Together

We’re a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization!

All donations to Neighborhood Roots are tax deductible. Please consider supporting our current and future work on food security and food access in our community.

  • Click on the “Donate” button above to contribute with a credit or debit card
    (Paypal account not required).

  • Or, mail a check (payable to “NRFC”) to:
    Neighborhood Roots Food Collective, 1917 E. Mountain Rd., Guilford, VT 05301

Recent News and Food for Thought:

  • Kimchi Workshop

    Kimchi Workshop – August 13th

    Saturday, August 13th
         10:00am – 11:00am

         *light rain or shine*
    Outdoors on the Guilford Free Library lawn
    Donations to support Neighborhood Roots are welcome, but not required ($15 suggested).
    *Registration Required* register here:

    Learn about the art of making traditional kimchi with Insuk Durham as she guides us in preparing a batch. Kimchi is a traditional Korean side dish made from fermented, spiced vegetables, and fish sauce.

    Insuk has been making and eating kimchi her whole life. Her knowledge comes from growing up making kimchi with her mother, grandmother and all the women in her neighborhood in Jeonju, South Korea. They would all get together every autumn for “Kimjang,” a communal kimchi making gathering.

    All ingredients will be provided at the workshop and participants will learn and help make the kimchi. Everyone will go home with an 8 oz. jar of kimchi.

    Participation is limited to 15 people.
    Questions? Email