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Dairy Farmers of America Work With Vanguard Renewables to Feed Food Insecure Families

John Hanselman, Vanguard Renewables CEO and David Darr of Dairy Farmers of America talk about the Farmers Feeding Families initiative to help combat food insecurity on this podcast with U.S. Farmers & Ranchers in Action.

Dairy Farmers of America Work With Vanguard Renewables to Feed Food Insecure Families2020-10-24T20:40:11+00:00

Virginia’s Dominion Energy is transforming itself into a renewable energy powerhouse

Dominion is working with startup Vanguard Renewables, which deploys manure to renewable natural gas systems at dairy farms.

Virginia’s Dominion Energy is transforming itself into a renewable energy powerhouse2020-10-24T20:54:31+00:00

Feeding Families in Need: Renewable Energy Companies Enter the Mix

As U.S. food assistance programs grapple with overwhelming demand during the coronavirus pandemic, some in New England are finding support from unusual partners—renewable energy companies.

Feeding Families in Need: Renewable Energy Companies Enter the Mix2020-10-19T20:09:25+00:00

Millions of Gallons of Stale Beer Is One Hangover From Lockdown

In the concert halls, stadiums and bars across the U.S. that have fallen silent during the coronavirus pandemic, an unusual problem has emerged: what to do with the vast quantity of beer that’s gone past its sell-by date.

Millions of Gallons of Stale Beer Is One Hangover From Lockdown2020-11-02T14:15:34+00:00

Vermont dairy farmers hope anaerobic digester can provide financial boost

The Goodrich Family of Goodrich Family Farm in Salisbury, VT is hopeful the Farm Powered anaerobic digester being constructed by Vanguard Renewables will provide a financial boost to the farm, reduce the farm’s environmental impact, and offer lessons for other farmers seeking revenue from renewable natural gas.

Vermont dairy farmers hope anaerobic digester can provide financial boost2020-10-21T18:12:57+00:00

PBS NewsHour Waste Not

In the final episode of the special series this week on food waste, PBS News Hour series "Waste Not, Want Not" looks at some innovative solutions being developed to deal with the growing problem of spoiled and surplus food in this country. Special correspondent Allison Aubrey visited a state where dairy farmers are using it to power their farms and more.

PBS NewsHour Waste Not2020-10-24T20:56:56+00:00

Farmers Feeding Families Plainville, MA Milk Donation Event on June 4, 2020

On June 4, 2020 in Plainville, MA Vanguard Renewables and MA State Representative Shawn Dooley teamed up to distribute gallons of milk to families in need. It was one of four Farmers Feeding Families events sponsored by Vanguard Renewables.

Farmers Feeding Families Plainville, MA Milk Donation Event on June 4, 20202020-10-21T18:20:16+00:00

Local farms donate thousands of gallons of milk to those in need as market dissolves

Dairy farmers have been forced to dump milk due to the coronavirus pandemic. In response, Dairy Farmers of America has partnered with Vanguard Renewables and HP Hood to fund the donation of 8,600 gallons of milk from Massachusetts farms to local families in need.

Local farms donate thousands of gallons of milk to those in need as market dissolves2020-10-24T20:59:13+00:00

People in need received free milk donated by Dairy Farmers of America Massachusetts farms – CBS Boston Coverage

People in need received free milk donated by Dairy Farmers of America Massachusetts farms. Volunteers distributed all 8,600 gallons of milk to approximately 4000 Boston-area residents who arrived by car, motorcycle, bike, and on foot to the May 7 event.

People in need received free milk donated by Dairy Farmers of America Massachusetts farms – CBS Boston Coverage2020-10-24T21:00:57+00:00
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