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HDFS 161 Episode 10 Developing White Identity

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton applies develecology to his own experience growing up in America, to illuminate the development and nature of white identity, and then to suggest approaches to understanding and reducing racism.

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Polasky, Stephen. "Meeting the Sustainable Development Challenge of Jointly Achieving Economic Growth and Improved Environmental Conditions". Marsh Professor. 25 October 2016.

By: presdent

Stephen Polasky is among the world’s leaders in combining ecology and economics to quantify the benefits of nature to human society. He has assessed the impact of biofuels on agricultural landscapes, climate change, and food prices, and he has p...

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Culinary Innovation on the Farm

By: csherloc

​AUDIO ONLY -Farmers and chefs are part of a long history of innovation -- in technique, production, and taste -- to express culture through cooking and to grow ingredients that perform and delight. All traditions were once innovations. There is a...

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HDFS 161 Episode 7 Diversities & Ecosystems

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton applies develecology to understand the effects of poverty, racism, and residential segregation on children and their development.

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Murray, Jex, Grossman, Crispino, Fiorillo

By: kmurray2

BSAD 015 Section B Social Media Project Murray, Jex, Grossman, Crispino, Fiorillo

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Maine TREE (Timber Research & Environmental Education)

By: vmc

Maine TREE (Timber Research & Environmental Education) educates and advocates for the sustainable use of the forest and the ecological, economic, and social health of Maine's forest communities. Since 1989, Maine TREE has upheld this mission and s...

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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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Vermont Operation Sizes

By: uvmext

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...

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Maple Seeds

By: uvmext

Sugar maple flowers that are fertilized in spring, will develop into mature seeds in late summer. The seeds come in the form of winged samaras (sometimes referred to as helicopters or whirligigs). Sugar maple samaras develop in pairs but generally...