Pizza Social at Naga Bakehouse

Naga Bakehouse, 22 Sundog Lane, Middletown Springs, VT 05757
sliding scale $15 - $30; free for BIPOC*
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Katie Robinson, NOFA-VT Database & Member Events Manager
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bakers smiling around the Naga Bakehouse wood-fired ovenJoin us for farm-fresh pizza and a celebration of Naga Bakehouse, a family-run wood-fired bakery, gristmill, and micro-farm in Middletown Springs. Committed to relocalizing the food system, owners Julie Sperling and Doug Freilich directly source grains and bakery ingredients from local organic farmers. With 2022 NOFA-VT Resilience Grant funds, Julie and Doug are creating a regional flour mill that brings delicious foods back to the grain shed and builds a vibrant, local economy. RSVP and enjoy dinner baked in NOFA-VT's wood-fired pizza oven, followed by a tour.

Photo courtesy of Naga Bakehouse


*We aim to keep our event prices low, but if registration is a barrier, please reach out about scholarships. NOFA-VT offers the option of free registration to anyone who identifies as Black, Indigenous, or a person of color (BIPOC) in an effort to actively work toward dismantling systems of racism that have historically disadvantaged BIPOC and continue to do so today. Learn more.

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