Rachel Johnson, UVM professor emerita of nutrition and food science and a renowned expert on national nutrition policy, has been elected a Fellow of the Vermont Academy of Arts and Sciences (VAAS) in recognition of her leadership in the field of nutrition and public health, and her advocacy as a member of numerous natio
Crop losses for critical food grains will increase substantially with global warming, as rising temperatures boost the metabolism and population growth of insect pests, new research says.
The Manton Foundation has awarded $450,000 to the University of Vermont to fund essential renovations at the UVM Morgan Horse Farm, the University’s historic, 200-acre breeding farm, teaching facility and tourist destination in Weybridge, VT.
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