COVID-19 Food Support Programs Are Ending. Now What? Research May Hold Answers

Researchers Ashley McCarthy and Farryl Bertmann discuss their research on COVID and food security as another researcher looks on

As the world begins to emerge from the initial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, many emergency food support programs are ending. Yet, researchers say the conditions that led to the creation of the programs haven't gone away.

"There's a lag effect in how long it takes for society to recover…just because the worst of the pandemic seems to have passed, we can't expect that people are...

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Polly Ericksen and Andrew may at their booth at the FINE conference.

UVM Food Systems Research Center Launches Listening Tour to Inform New Research Topics

Burlington, Vermont – UVM's Food Systems Research Center (FSRC) is excited to announce the launch of an upcoming listening tour, the first stage of the ASPIRES program, a community-led visioning process for future food systems research.

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FSRC Seeks Facilitator

The UVM Food Systems Research Center (FSRC) is funding five, three-year grants to measure various aspects of sustainability across food systems in the Northeast.

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