Monthly Archives: June 2013

Gary Nabhan on Growing Food in a Hotter, Drier Land

This interview was originally published on June 12, 2013, by Chelsea Green Publishers.  Gary Nabhan is an internationally-celebrated nature writer, food and farming activist, and proponent of conserving the links between biodiversity and cultural diversity. Gary will speak at the … Continue reading

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Smell Blind: The Asparagus ‘Bouquet’ Phenomenon, Or Why Your Pee Smells Funny (and Why You May Not Smell it)

Cynthia Belliveau is dean of Continuing Education (CE) and Distance Learning and faculty in Nutrition and Food Science at the University of Vermont. In June, CE will host the second annual Food Systems Summit, which includes a public conference on June … Continue reading

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It’s Hard to Eat Good Food

By Beth Dixon Beth Dixon is a Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. She visited UVM recently for a faculty workshop on the ethics of eating. We invited her to share some of her … Continue reading

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Meet Tamar Adler: Writer, cook, and UVM Food Systems Summit Speaker

Tamar Adler is the Brooklyn, NY,-based author of An Everlasting Meal: Cooking with Economy and Grace. Tamar will speak at the UVM Food Systems Summit Conference on June 27. In anticipation of her visit to UVM, we asked her about … Continue reading

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