Monthly Archives: December 2015

Climate Talks and the Future of Farming

Hopefully you are already paying attention to the climate talks in Paris because you understand that this might be our last and best hope of achieving a desperately needed binding international agreement to stifle climate change. If that is too … Continue reading

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The Farminary: Where Soul and Soil Meet

By Sharon Daloz Parks Scanning the slick, beautifully designed, annual donors report from Princeton Theological Seminary (I’m a ’66 alum), I discovered a two-page layout, titled “Back to Earth,” featuring a full-page photo of a guy kneeling at the edge … Continue reading

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Slow Fish Workshop at UVM

by Sarah Shaffer Last weekend Real Food Revolution and Slow Food UVM co-hosted a Slow Fish Workshop on campus. Slow Fish is a branch of Slow Food International, committed to “bringing about change by returning to the origins of food, … Continue reading

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An Appealing Commitment

by Olivia Pena It’s 12:50 on a Wednesday afternoon. A student has just left a Community Development and Applied Economics course, feeling empowered by the lesson on fair trade. Today, the student has learned about UVM Dining’s commitment to purchasing … Continue reading

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