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Clean Energy Fund Lecture Series

Campus Food and Energy Series Seminar #4: Revolutionizing the Lunch Line

April 7, 2014
Room: 
Frank Livak Ballroom, Davis Center
Contact(s): 
kblofson@uvm.edu

Panelists
Kierstin Wall, Northeast Field Organizer, Real Food Challenge
Virginia Flanders, Director of Nutrition & Food Service, Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital
Peter Allison, Coordinator, Farm to Institution New England

UVM ID Required: 
No
Admission Fee: 
Free
Program: 
Clean Energy Fund

CEF Lecture Series: Smart Grid Seminar Series

2013-14 Projects
Project Timeline: 
01/2015 to 05/2015
Project Progress: 
50%
This seminar focuses on exploring the next generation power grid and its relationship to renewable energy. The series will consist of talks, documentary films, and debates that bring different perspectives and disciplines together to discuss this important issue. As Vermont will be the first state in the country to move to a statewide smart grid, this topic is especially relevant to students at UVM.
 

Campus Food & Energy Seminar #1: The Big Picture

February 24, 2014
Room: 
Davis Center: Sugar Maple Ballroom
Contact(s): 
Alison.Nihart@uvm.edu

Featured Speakers:
Doug Lantagne, Director of the UVM Food Systems Initiative
Eric Garza, Lecturer in the UVM Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources

UVM ID Required: 
No
Admission Fee: 
Free
Program: 
Clean Energy Fund

CEF Lecture Series: Campus Food & Energy Seminar Series

2013-14 Projects
Project Timeline: 
01/2014 to 05/2014
Project Progress: 
100%

This lecture series will bring 3-5 guest speakers to the University of Vermont during the Spring 2014 semester to share their expertise on a range of subjects related to sustainable university food service, including energy issues. These events will serve an educational purpose for the UVM community and also provide a forum for discussion regarding our community goals for the UVM campus food system. 

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