The University of Vermont (UVM) acquired a total of 750 acres from conservation organizations and generous landowners in spring 2019 to add to its current UVM Natural Areas and UVM Forest properties in Vermont.
As Alma Ripps rides the Metro to work in downtown Washington, D.C., she might be thinking about drones, electric bicycles, battery-powered scooters, or vaping. No, not as a distraction from her job as the Chief of Policy for the National Park Service, but because of it.
- Influencing Policy Through Media
- Adrian Ivakhiv Selected as a 2019-2020 University Scholar
- UVM Junior Jillian Scannell Named Truman Scholar
- Alumni Spotlight - John Alessi '17
- Author, Farmer Leah Penniman on Growing a Food Justice Movement
- CarShare VT: Accelerating Towards a More Sustainable Vermont Future
- UVM Program Turns Local Farms into Learning Laboratories
- Environmental Program Announces Search for New Lecturer
- Fish Give Up the Fight After Coral Bleaching
- Kerry Duggan '00 named as one of Crain's Detroit 40 Under 40
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