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An Online Conversation Series: Sourcing & Selling Vermont Food in the Time of Novel Coronavirus 19 (Audio only)

By: clherric

Join us online or by phone for a conversation with Zac Smith from UVM Extension Farm Viability to provide an overview of how to get started online, following up on his terrific conversation with the UVM Extension Ag. Engineering podcast. Having a...

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5 - Sensor Selection. NCHRP 20-44(17) UAS Workshop

By: joneildu

Lecture 5 on sensor selection. Part of the NCHRP 20-44(17) UAS Workshop.

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6 - Risk Assessment. NCHRP 20-44(17) UAS Workshop.

By: joneildu

Lecture 6 on risk assessment. Part of the NCHRP 20-44(17) UAS Workshop.

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A Culinary Lens on Agritourism

By: rcbartle

Food is an ultimate connector and a big part of why we travel. We share stories, form relationships and build communities around the table, and through our culinary traditions. In this gathering, we will hear stories from around the world of the r...

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Virtual Farm & Food Events Webinar

By: clherric

As Vermont farmers and food producers are adjusting to new ways of selling local product to customers, they are also seeking to create meaningful and fun interactions that support community and build relationships. Come learn from farmers, food p...

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Forest Tent Caterpillars Update

By: uvmext

It appears as though the recent widespread defoliation event related to forest tent caterpillar has ended. According to the Vermont Department of Forest Parks and Recreation, there have been no reports of defoliation attributed to this native inse...

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2020 Crop Update #3

By: uvmext

The USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service or NASS has released the crop totals for the 2020 maple season. People familiar with maple sugaring might remember that it takes approximately 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of syrup. This ra...

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Saddled Prominent

By: uvmext

Maple trees managed for sap production remain part of a forest ecosystem. Forest ecosystems are complex communities of plants, animals and microbes all interacting with their physical environment and climate. Forests are especially competitive env...

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NFS 143 Podcast Project Team 5

By: jrmccorm

In this episode, we will discuss what food insecurity is, what it looks like for college students, and what we should do about it. Food insecurity is a growing issue in our country today. As we explore the topic of food insecurity focused on colle...