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Thu Sep 19 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

  • UVM Extension Partnership Tax Planning Seminar
    8:00am - 4:30pm
    South Burlington, VT

    UVM Extension Partnership Tax Planning Seminar
    Delta Hotel (formerly Double Tree and Trader Dukes).
    Early registration $300.00 by August 15, 2019. Late registration $330.00 after August 15, 2019

    Course Description

    Greg has been to Vermont to speak several times and he has received exceptional reviews. He is a speaker that you do not want to miss.

    This seminar is an advanced course designed to focus on partner sales and other transitions in ownership. It will discuss the strategies when planning for ownership changes as well as the accounting and tax treatment when they have occurred.. Greg will explain how to take advantage of the partnership structure to both build the net worth of the younger generation while providing for the comfortable exit of the older generation. Along the way, the Internal Revenue Tax Code (IRC) has placed a few land mines but also some nuggets of gold. His goal is to provide an effective road-map to increase the after-tax wealth of your clients.

    • Overview of Partnership and Taxes
    • Gifting and Sale of Partnership Interests
    • Guaranteed Payment Strategies
    • Capital Account and Basis Tracking
    • Transfer of Ownership Planning
    • Case Study with Forms Review
    • Qualified Business Income Deduction (QBI)

Fri Sep 20 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

Wed Sep 25 2019

  • Brainstorming and Farm Planning at Scuttleship Farm
    1:00pm - 5:00pm
    81 Basin Harbor Rd, Panton, VT

    COST: $10 for non-members and free for Vermont Grass Farmers Association members and sponsors
    Are you looking to build a new farm? Are you an experienced farmer looking for new ideas (and tools to evaluate them)? Join the Center for Sustainable Agriculture and Vermont Grass Farmers Association for a pasture walk and visioning/brainstorming exercise with Annie Hopper and Sean Willerford of Scuttleship Farm. Hopper and Willerford just acquired a brand new location in Panton, Vermont and are working on developing a complete farm plan. We’ll check out some pros and cons of a new farm situation for them, and use lively and facilitated group discussion to help them think through fresh ideas. Whether you attend to participate, or just to watch the process, the more brains the better! Scuttleship Farm is a diversified livestock farm specializing in 100% grassfed lamb, as well as pasture-raised chicken, eggs, and value-added products.
    CONTACT: Visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brainstorming-and-farm-planning-at-scuttleship-farm-tickets-71792241527 to register. To request a disability- related accommodation to participate in the program please contact Jenn Colby, Jennifer.Colby@uvm.edu<mailto:Jennifer.Colby@uvm.edu> or 802-535-7606, so we may assist you.

  • ON-FARM WORKSHOPS FOR COMMERCIAL VEGETABLE AND BERRY GROWERS
    3:00pm - 6:00pm
    Shaftsbury

    Wednesday, September 25, 3-6 pm. Mighty Food Farm, 280 Rod and Gun Club Rd., Shaftsbury, VT 05262. Lisa MacDougall grows vegetables, berries and cover crops on 20 acres of hillside land and in five high tunnels for CSA and wholesale markets. She will host a tour of her new wash/pack facility with Chris Callahan and Andy Chamberlain on hand to discuss design considerations. Vern Grubinger and Becky Maden will assist with discussion of fall cover crops, nutrient management, erosion control, and high tunnel vegetable production.

    Subject to change; for updates during the season please check: http://www.uvm.edu/vtvegandberry/?Page=meetlist.html


    Attendance at these events is free for members of the Vermont Vegetable and Berry Growers Association. The cost is $10 per-person for non-members, payable on-site. Refreshments will be served. Membership in the VVBGA costs $55 per farm, per calendar year. The VVBGA works with University of Vermont Extension to deliver education and applied research for its growers.

    Questions? Contact Vern Grubinger at 802-257-7967 x303. To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Dana Rupert at dana.rupert@uvm.edu<mailto:dana.rupert@uvm.edu> or 802-257-7967 three weeks prior to an event so we may assist you.

Thu Sep 26 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

  • Exploring Practices & Policies for Improving Soil Health Series: Dairy Focus
    3:00pm - 6:30pm
    Choiniere Family Farm, 2465 Gore Rd, Highgate Center, VT

    COST: Farmers: free; Non-farmers: $15 to cover cost of dinner

    Join Guy Choiniere of Choiniere Family Farm, a fourth generation, 100% grass-fed dairy farm in northwestern Vermont, as he shares lessons learned over the past 15 years about maximizing soil health while improving animal health and financial stability. We will tour the Choiniere’s grazing operation as Guy discusses his approach to soil health, which is centered around the principles of keeping it simple, replacing what you harvest, and building soil resiliency. Stick around after the technical portion of the workshop for pizza from NOFA-VT’s mobile pizza oven and a discussion of how changes in policy and other tools can help to expand the use of good soil health practices on Vermont’s farms.

    CONTACT: To RSVP please visit https://nofavt.org/events/exploring-practices-policies-improving-soil-health-series-dairy-focus-highgate-center. Contact Livy Bulger, livy@nofavt.org<mailto:livy@nofavt.org>, with questions.

Fri Sep 27 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

Sat Sep 28 2019

  • The Stockman Grass Farmer's Silvopasture School with Greg Judy (NY Event)
    8:00am - 5:00pm
    Albany, NY

    COST: The cost of the school is $400, but a deposit of $100 will hold your space.

    ​Silvopasture can help you productively and profitably utilize every area of your farm or ranch. Why wait 15 to 30 years to harvest timber when adding livestock can give you profits every year? In this one-day school learn: How to get started, how to select trees for silvopasture, how grazing livestock among trees offers multiple benefits, how to select and manage livestock in timber stands, how to set up infrastructure and more.

    CONTACT: The Stockman Grass Farmer’s office for more information at 800-748-9808 or 601-853-1861. For more information please visit https://www.stockmangrassfarmer.com/events/silvopasture-school/.

Mon Sep 30 2019

  • Tangible Advantages of Managing Grazing for Soil Health: A Pasture Walk
    10:00am - 1:00pm
    Philo Ridge Farm, 2766 Mount Philo Rd., Charlotte, VT

    COST: Free

    Join Juan Alvez, (UVM Extension Research Associate, Pasture Program Technical Coordinator), the Vermont Grass Farmers Association and host Philo Ridge Farm<https://www.philoridgefarm.com/> for a pasture walk and discussion on the consequences of managing grazing for soil health in:

    * production,
    * water holding capacity,
    * soil carbon,
    * forage,
    * and annual cover crops performance.

    Philo Ridge Farm is a diversified vegetable and livestock grass-fed farm that emphasizes multi functionality, and ecosystem process based agriculture through managing soil health and pasture management.

    CONTACT: To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Cheryl Herrick at 802-656-5459 by September 12, 2019 so we may assist you. Please contact Juan Alvez at jalvez@uvm.edu <http://mailto:%20%20jalvez@uvm.edu> or 802-656-6116 or Meghan at meghan@vtgrassfarmers.org<http://mailto:%20meghan@vtgrassfarmers.org> with any questions.

Thu Oct 03 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

Fri Oct 04 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

Thu Oct 10 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

Fri Oct 11 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

Thu Oct 17 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

  • Beginning Milkweed: Cropping & Conservation
    4:00pm - 6:00pm
    ASclepias Farm, 53 Rush Meadow Rd., Brownsville, VT

    COST: Free

    Come learn with new farmers Craig and Mary-Beth Gardner at Asclepias Farm. We will learn about their production goals, and how planting of milkweed as a pollinator plant and niche crop fits into their goals. We'll also talk about the farm’s preparations and challenges around milkweed production, environmental and economic considerations, agronomics, and see a seeding demonstration. This workshop is brought to you by the UVM Extension Center for Sustainable Agriculture<https://www.uvm.edu/extension/sustainableagriculture> and the Northwest Crops & Soils Team<https://www.uvm.edu/extension/nwcrops>, the White River Natural Resources Conservation District<https://www.whiterivernrcd.org/> and the Connecticut River Watershed Farmers Alliance<https://www.crwfa.org/>. One Water Quality education credit, pending.

    CONTACT: Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/beginning-milkweed-cropping-conservation-tickets-70693587423 To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Cheryl Herrick at 802-656-5459 or at Cheryl.Herrick@uvm.edu<mailto:Cheryl.Herrick@uvm.edu> by September 26th, 2019 so we may assist you.

Fri Oct 18 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

Thu Oct 24 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

Fri Oct 25 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

Thu Oct 31 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.

Fri Nov 01 2019

  • VT Master Composter Course
    6:00pm - 6:00pm

    2019 Master Composter Course: Registration is Open!
    September 13-Nov. 1
    Thursdays 6-7pm
    Registration Deadline: September 11th
    Fee: $50 In state, $150 out of state
    Register @: go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter<http://go.uvm.edu/vtmastercomposter>
    Please review the Course Syllabus<https://www.uvm.edu/sites/default/files/Extension-Master-Gardener/2019_Master_Composter_Course_Syllabus.pdf> prior to registering.
    100% Live Online-Topics Include: Soil and Decomposition Ecology, Biology of Composting, , Recipe Design, Disease Control, Site and Container Selection, VT Act 148, Managing the Compost Process, Troubleshooting, Educational Outreach, Worm Composting
    Online Course: Pre-recorded Lectures, Live Q&A sessions, Homework, Final Exam, & 10 hrs. of hands-on volunteering in your area=Certified Vermont Master Composter Volunteer
    Course-Only Option: No volunteer service required and receive a Vermont Certificate of Home Composting
    To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Beret Halverson at 802-656-1777 by August 23, 2019 so we may assist you.