As part of our commitment to Participatory Action Research, the ARLG invests in developing long-term, mutually beneficial partnerships with organizations, networks, companies, and institutions. Below, you’ll find links to our past and current collaborators, representing work related to agroecology, rural livelihoods, agrifood systems, ecosystem services, political ecology, and participatory action research.
The Vermont Entomology – Participatory Action Research Team (VE-PART) is a research collaboration between the University of Vermont and Saint Michael’s College. VE-PART specializes in supporting local Vermont farmers using applied ecology solutions for pest management.
Research collaborators, partners and relevant networks
- Chris Bacon, fellow agroecologist and close collaborator, at Santa Clara University
- Food 4 Farmers, an NGO working to end seasonal hunger for coffee growing families around the world
- John Vandermeer’s agroecology research group at the University of Michigan
- Ivette Perfecto’s agroecology research group at the University of Michigan
- Food First, the Institute for Food and Development Policy
- The Salvadoran Research Progam on Development and Environment, a policy-oriented think tank based in El Salvador
- Manolo Gonzalez de Molina’s agroecology and environmental history research group at the Universidad Pablo de Olavide in Sevilla, Spain
- Amy Trubeck’s food systems research group at the University of Vermont
- UVM’s Gund Institute for Ecological Economics
- UVM’s Center for Sustainable Agriculture
- UVM’s Environmental Program
- Community Development and Applied Economics (CDAE) at UVM
- UVM’s Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
- Agency of Natural Resources Vermont Climate Change Initiative
- CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).
- USDA Northeast Regional Climate Hub
- UVM Crops and Soils Team