Vermont dairy farmers founded the Grafton Cooperative Cheese Company in 1892, to make surplus milk into cheese in the town of Grafton. In 1912, a fire destroyed the co-op’s factory. The nonprofit Windham Foundation, which promotes rural communities in Vermont, restored the company in the mid-1960s.
As part of the Windham Foundation, Grafton Village supports the foundation’s mission through the proceeds of its cheese sales. The company’s cheesemaking traditions have endured: they make our cheese by hand using raw milk from small family farms. Quality and taste are the hallmarks of their award-winning cheeses.
Learn more: http://www.graftonvillagecheese.com/