Results for: 'University of Vermont'
Cannabis Use in Pregnancy and Lactation in Vermont: Data review and care considerations
What we know about cannabis use in pregnancy, best practices and lactation resources available for birthing people in Vermont and a review of current requirements via the federal CAPTA legislation.
Welcome to the UVM Graduate Writing Center, Fall 2021
Learn about what the Graduate Writing Center offers UVM graduate students and how to make an appointment.
Sture Hansson: University of Vermont Marsh Professor Lecture The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: On Algal Blooms in the Baltic Sea
Blue-green algal blooms are common in the Baltic Sea as well as in many lakes, and they are often seen as a nuisance and an indication of environmental degradation. But because something is ugly does not necessarily mean that it's also bad. Can cy...
Chapter 4: End of Life Choices in Vermont
Chapter 4: Understanding Your Rights in Vermont
Vermont laws governing the production and sale of pure maple syrup grant the authority to regulate to the Vermont Agency of Agriculture Food and Markets. The regulations that have been developed as a result of those laws cover everything from the ...
Vermont produces more maple syrup than any US state. According to statistics from the USDA, Vermont made over 2.2 million gallons of syrup in 2020. The crop is made by sugar makers with operations of all sizes. The average size of operation in Ver...
Producing pure maple syrup is a time honored tradition in Vermont. Whether you are a large producer filling drums and selling on the bulk market or a backyard producer making just enough for family and a few lucky friends, syrup quality is critica...
Vermont Food Venture Center - Video Tour
A video tour of the Vermont Food Venture Center.
Poster presentation on financial stress in Vermont during Covid 19 era. The questions were part of a much larger survey which was conducted by United Way.