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Agritourism as a Tool for Rural Development and Women’s Empowerment

By: rcbartle

Agritourism has the potential to empower women around the world, especially in rural communities. Join community leaders who are initiating this work in Uganda, North Macedonia, Peru, and the United States. We'll also hear from researchers who are...

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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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Sugarbush Management 2

By: uvmext

Late summer, while leaves are still green is a good time to assess the trees in your sugarbush. Weak or declining individuals will show areas of crown dieback. Trees with more than 75% dieback will likely not survive but are still competing for li...

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Weekly Rites #7 - Zoey November

By: znovembe

This week, I decided to take inspiration from a new source - a chemistry lecture! I had a lot of fun with it. Sometimes I tried to express very literally what the lecturer was explaining, and other times I simply allowed the auditory input to info...

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Creating an Open Access Impact Within and Beyond the University

By: schwrks

A growing movement is using tools such as open access journals and repositories to transform scholarly communications on a global scale. Open access refers to literature and published research results that are made available online without access ...

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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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Building a Regional Taste, Trade and Identity: International Case Study on Cider

By: rcbartle

This panel draws upon the Glynwood Center for Food and Farming's experience enlivening a historic apple region, the Hudson Valley of New York, incubating a state-wide trade association for the (hard) cider industry, and developing an international...

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UVM Faculty Panel: Teaching in Tumultuous Times (Oct 28,2020)

By: ctl

This year, we've faced—and continue to face—events that have a great effect on all of us: the upcoming election, the pandemic, racialized police violence, social justice protests, and the Supreme Court transition, to name just a few. For facul...