Burlington, Vermont

Fair Trade Burlington’s campaign broke the ice during winter of 2009 and has been submerged in excitement ever since! After earning its designation of 12th Fair Trade Town in August 2009, the committee put an emphasis on organizing events and planning for the future. The committee is comprised of volunteers from the University of Vermont, including students and faculty, local retailers, health food store employees, Vermont Fair Trade wholesalers and local advocates.

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Campaign Progress

Build Your Team

The Fair Trade committee provides leadership and direction for your campaign.


Reach out to Retailers

Work with retail locations in your town to offer two or more Fair Trade products.


Engage Your Town

Each town must have a certain number of community organizations using or serving Fair Trade products.


Get Some Love from the Media

Broadcast how local action can deliver life changing benefits to farmers and artisans.


Engage Your Local Government

Build long-lasting relationships with your local government and pass a Fair Trade resolution.


From Our Blog

Alta Gracia at UVM

October 27, 2013 Wednesday, October 30, 7:30pmUniversity of Vermont Waterman Building Room 413 Come listen to the stories of workers from the Dominican Republic working for Alta Gracia Clothing and learn how getting t...

Fair Trade Month Events in Burlington and Beyond

September 29, 2013 The Fair Trade Burlington Network and the Peace & Justice Center are teaming up to celebrate Fair Trade Month. Join us for these great events! Fair Trade Month at Saint Michael’s College The Fo...

October is Fair Trade Month

September 23, 2013 Here in the US, October is Fair Trade Month. Fair Trade Burlington Network is working with Burlington Peace & Justice as well as with many awesome students and clubs on various college campuses t...

Upcoming Events

Understanding Free Trade Agreements

March 24

Free Trade Agreements were intended to promote trade and boost economies. However, with the combination of corporate influence and developmental inequality, some economies have benefited while other, particularly those in the Global South, have suffered. People are encouraged to arrive at 11:30am to participate in a PJC New Volunteer Orientation.

Fair Trade Locations

Retail Locations   Community Organizations


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