Author Archives: Linda Berlin

Should Vermonters Embrace “Meatless Mondays?”

Last fall I received a phone call from a Vermont college student who was wondering if the Center for Sustainable Agriculture took a stance on whether meat is part of a sustainable diet. It struck me as a curious question … Continue reading

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What Happens When You Put 100 Food Leaders in a Room? New England Food Summit Convenes at UVM

What happens when you put 100 New England food leaders in a room together for a day to consider a common vision?  Lots of smart people with great ideas and questions build important bonds and agree to keep talking. This … Continue reading

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Can Regional Food Systems Solve Unequal Food Access Challenges?

Yesterday’s list included three-seed bread, tomatillos and maple yogurt. Living in Burlington, Vermont makes food shopping relatively easy for me. In two minutes, I was at the local food co-op where I was able to meet my family’s food needs … Continue reading

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