Vermont 4-H Program Receives Agrotechnology Grant

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Burlington--University of Vermont (UVM) Extension 4-H is the recipient of a three-year Food and Agricultural Non-formal Education grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture.

The $645,856 grant will fund the AgroTek Innovation program, which takes a transdisciplinary approach to provide Grade 7-12 students with immersive research experiences in agrotechnology. Participants...

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In May of 2014, Melanie Katz tossed her cap on the Waterman Green after receiving her B.S. degrees in Public Communication and Community and International Development from the University of Vermont.

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