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Herbicide and Conservation Agriculture #3: Pesticide Records, Usage, Monitoring and Regulatory Requirements

By: kworkman

Doug Johnstone, Ag Resource Management Specialist IV for the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, explains the agency's role in herbicide use in VT. He covers regulatory– understanding how they track herbicide use, monitoring for ground and surface wat...

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Increasing Student Motivation: Strategies that Work

By: ctl

Increasing Student Motivation: Strategies that Work 3-1-2022

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Exploring the Diversity and Impact of Agritourism in Southern Africa

By: rcbartle

Agritourism ventures across Southern Africa offer critical and engaging portraits of how ecological conservation connects to cultural heritage and the tourism industry. This panel will highlight how agritourism is helping to develop rural economie...

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Safely Selling Local Food at Farm Stands and CSAs during COVID-19, 5/6/20 Webinar (audio only)

By: clherric

Demand for local food is surging, and many Vermont farms are heeding the call to feed their communities. They have adapted time and again to the evolving COVID-19 situation to ensure the safety of their food, customers, employees, and farms. Theyâ...

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Indigenous & Tribal Perspectives on Agritourism

By: rcbartle

Celebrating sovereignty and demonstrating the uniqueness of all tribes, this conversation seeks to broaden understanding of indigenous-led agritourism initiatives with a focus on the unity of human and ecological communities. Presentations will ex...

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Pedagogical Sound Bite: The Power of Transparent Assignment Design

By: ctl

This workshop presents an overview of Transparency in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (TILT), an award-winning, scholarly project focused on improving students' learning experiences.  Evidence from a national study shows that when facul...

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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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Thrips

By: uvmext

Pear thrips is a species of insect that while native to Europe and Eurasia has been present in the United States for over 100 years. This insect is slender and brown as an adult and just over one mm long with delicately fringed wings. Thrips were ...

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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...