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Meat and Dairy Direct Sales: Navigating Regulations, Licenses, and Aggregation Opportunities (audio only)

By: clherric

This conversation with Center for Sustainable Agriculture Pasture Program Coordinator Jenn Colby and guests Beth Whiting and Bruce Hennessey of Maple Wind Farm, Greg Georgaklis from Farmers to You and staff from the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, ...

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Keeping a Focus on Equity & Access webinar (audio only)

By: clherric

While farmers are shifting methods of sales and distribution, many are also continuing and developing practices that address community food access, broader food system justice goals, and other ways of addressing equity right at the farm level. Pl...

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Wright Family at Stowe 1966

By: waw

copied from 8mm film to VHS and transcoded several times since

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wright Family at Stowe 1967

By: waw

copied from 8mm film to VHS and transcoded several times since

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Big Joe Stowe

By: waw

The late Big Joe Burrell with the Unknown Blues Band provide the soundtrack to this Stowe Mountain Resort promotional music video. Really low quality, but I do recognize David Goodman bending his knee down the Bruce. Also features classic runs fro...

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Hydrometers

By: uvmext

The Vermont maple law requires packaged maple syrup have a density of between 66.9 and 68.9 degrees Brix. Brix is a measure of sugar concentration in a pure sugar solution. Although we know there are other many dissolved minerals in maple syrup th...

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Late Season Defoliators

By: uvmext

As late summer progresses so-called late-season defoliators are beginning to become visible in Vermont woods. Two such insects are maple leaf cutter and maple trumpet skeletonizer. The first report of damage from maple leaf cutter was in 1911 when...

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Maple Color Grades

By: uvmext

There are four grades of pure maple syrup; Golden Color/Delicate Taste, Amber Color/Rich Taste, Dark Color/Robust Taste and Very Dark Color/Strong Taste. Each grade has a range in color as defined by its light transmittance. Knowing the color of p...

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North American Maple Syrup Council

By: uvmext

The North American Maple Syrup Council is an international organization, founded in 1961. The purposes of the Council are to promote research in the chemistry and technology of maple sap and the products derived from it; in sugarbush management an...