When walking into a meeting of the Agroecology and Livelihoods Collaborative (ALC), a research collaborative based at UVM, it is likely you will be greeted by the sweet, familiar aroma of freshly brewed coffee.
New Agroforestry Publication from the Center's Juan Alvez in Collaboration with Researchers in Brazil
At the Center for Sustainable Agriculture, one of the threads that runs through our learning and our projects is a deep belief that interdependence and complexity make systems stronger and help all living things to thrive.
The University of Vermont has launched a new doctoral program in Sustainable Development Policy, Economics and Governance. The new program will equip a rising generation of action-oriented researchers with the skills they’ll need to address sustainable development challenges in local, state, national and global communities.
- Gund Supports Six COVID-19 Research Projects
- A Message from Dean Leslie Parise on Recent Events
- Can Regenerative Agriculture Save American Farms?
- Celebrating the Class of 2020
- Keith M. Miser Leadership Award: Michael Chan
- Outstanding Students
- Class of ’67 Award: Cara Cahill
- Cultivating Community-Engaged Citizens
- Hamshaw Recognized for Excellence in Teaching
- Meet the Class of 2020
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