The Vermont FSA State Office is located in Colchester. There are nine county offices located in USDA Service Centers around the state. The nine offices are located in Brattleboro, Middlebury, Morrisville, Newport, Rutland, St. Albans, St. Johnsbury, Williston and White River Junction. We have approximately 50 employees statewide dedicated to assisting the roughly 7,000 farms in the state and helping to provide economic stability for Vermont producers. FSA serves agriculture by providing federal program benefits such as annual operating loans and land purchases, commodity price supports, disaster relief, and conservation.
Robert G. Paquin, SED
Vermont Farm Service Agency
Click below if you are a woman or Hispanic farmer and believe you were improperly denied farm loan benefits by USDA between 1981 and 2000. You may be eligible for compensation.
- Poster and Notice to Hispanic or Women Farmers: Compensation for Claims of Discrimination - English/Spanish
Or contact the USDA state office in Colchester at 658-2803 or 951-6795.
USDA staff members are currently conducting damage assessments on farms in partnership with the State of Vermont to determine what type of assistance can be provided to farmers who have suffered damage to their land as well as crop and animal losses. Even if a farmer has not participated in USDA program before, they may be eligible for some types of disaster assistance.
While we have been in contact with many Vermont farmers, we want to reach everyone who has been affected by the storm.
Vermont State FSA Office
356 Mountain View Drive, Suite 104
Colchester, VT 05446
Phone: (802) 658-2803
Fax: (802) 660-0953
Robert G. Paquin
, State Executive Director