A team of researchers at the University of Vermont is seeking solutions to help combat mastitis, a costly health problem among dairy cows that can be challenging for herd health on organic farms.
How are plants and animals affected by rapid changes in their environment? Researchers at the University of Vermont's Keller Lab are combining aspects of evolutionary biology and ecology—known as ecological genomics—to find out.
The first cohort of students in UVM’s new doctoral program in Sustainable Development Policy, Economics and Governance has arrived on campus.
- Kelly Hamshaw Named President’s Distinguished Senior Lecturer Award Winner
- Planning for a Career That Gives Back
- Project Prepares New England Farms to Maintain a Secure Food Supply
- Covid-19 Food Insecurity Remains High One Year into Pandemic
- Community-Centered Design Major Making Creative Connections
- Fueling Olympians
- British Consul General Learns about Sustainable Agriculture Practices from UVM Researchers
- MPA graduate launches "Water of Hope" project in Burkina Faso
- Optimizing Soil Health to Fight Climate Change
- Leahy Secures and Announces $11 Million to Support the Food Systems Research Center at UVM
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