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UVM Online Course Explores Food and Social Justice in Oaxaca

The food of Oaxaca is as diverse as the region’s geography, ecosystems, languages, and people.  The choices people make about food in this region—or anywhere—can also shed... Continue Reading

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Heather Kraemer Plants the Seed for a Farm-Based Brewery

Heather Kraemer is brewing beer with lemon balm and basil grown in her garden. In the future, she hopes to add fruit, perennials, and wild edibles to... Continue Reading

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Author Jonathan Safran Foer Joins UVM for George D. Aiken Lecture Series

As an award-winning novelist and not a climate scientist, Jonathan Safran Foer may seem like an unusual person to be giving advice as to how Americans can... Continue Reading

Homage to Fromage: UVM Launches New Artisan Cheese & Sensory Fundamentals Professional Certificate

Sales of specialty food items—those foods considered to be made from high-quality ingredients and produced in small quantities—increased 10.7% to a record $158.4 billion between 2017 and... Continue Reading

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Oregon Consultant Charlotte Morrow Helps Cannabis Growers Become Energy Efficient

Charlotte Morrow was eager for more well-rounded conversations with indoor growers. Morrow is a project manager for Evergreen Consulting Group in Oregon, which focuses on light efficiency... Continue Reading