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Getting Started with Online Sales

By: clherric

As essential businesses, how are farms adapting to the evolving COVID-19 situation with no-contact direct sales, restaurant closures, and farmers markets in flux? Vermont is fortunate to have creative farmers leading the way. In this conversation ...

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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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Getting Started with Online Sales (Audio Only)

By: clherric

s essential businesses, how are farms adapting to the evolving COVID-19 situation with no-contact direct sales, restaurant closures, and farmers markets in flux? Vermont is fortunate to have creative farmers leading the way. In this conversation m...

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Direct Sales, eCommerce & Agritourism for Vermont Farms (webinar)

By: clherric

As essential businesses, how are farms adapting to the evolving COVID-19 situation with no-contact direct sales, restaurant closures, and farmers markets in flux? Vermont is fortunate to have creative farmers leading the way. In this conversation...

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Moving Johnson House at the University of Vermont

By: tvisser

In July 2005, the University of Vermont had its historic Johnson House moved across Main Street to make way for the construction of Dudley H. Davis Student Center in 2007. Originally built in 1806 at the corner of Main Street and University Place,...

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Herbicide and Conservation Agriculture #2: Communicating to the public about the pros/cons of herbicides in our cropping systems and the role they play in sustainable agriculture.

By: kworkman

Dr. Terence Bradshaw, Assistant Professor Specialty Crops Production and Director of the Horticulture Research & Education Center, University of Vermont Communicating to the public about the pros/cons of herbicides in our cropping systems and the...

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KEYNOTE LECTURE: “Benin 1897: Artist Intervention & the Restitution Issue”

By: cdissing

With Peju Layiwola, Professor of Art History, University of Lagos (November 5, 2021) Restitution is a way for communities that were harmed to remake themselves in the face of what was taken from them: for communities in Africa from whom people ...

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​Creating Virtual Farm and Food Experiences

By: rcbartle

​​Whether it's farm tours or private tastings, we are all figuring out new ways to connect digitally with customers and colleagues. During this period of limited travel, farm and food businesses around the world are experimenting with innovati...

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Dan Hicks Keynote from Repatriation/Restitution/Reparation Symposium — Nov. 4, 2021

By: cdissing

Repatriation centers on the return of objects that were stolen from communities in Africa as part of European colonialism. The presence of these plundered objects in Euro-American museums contributes to ongoing imperial relationships and perspecti...