Food Systems Spire of Excellence
Obesity and the Lung Symposium in Stowe, VT: The purpose of this meeting will be to review the current state of knowledge pertaining to the effects of obesity on immunity and inflammation in the lung, with the ultimate goal to identify priorities for new research in this field. More Info
The Collaborative joins on-campus and off-campus organizations in efforts to further food system research and enhance linkages to the work on the ground in Vermont and beyond. Get Connected!
Masters in Food Systems
The University of Vermont has already established itself as a leader in food systems research, teaching and outreach. Join our exciting community in January 2012 when we officially launch the Master Degree in Food Systems.
151 and counting!A recent survey of UVM research projects identified 151 food-system-related projects. Add your project to the list.
Not sure if your work counts as Food Systems? If it involves food production, processing, consumption, distribution, consumer demand, food marketing, food education, food access, food security, health, nutrition, food communication, foodways, agritourism, farm inputs, land use, etc... it counts!
Learn more and see the working list here.
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