As essential businesses, how are farms adapting to the evolving COVID-19 situation with no-contact direct sales, restaurant closures, and farmers markets in flux? Vermont is fortunate to have creative farmers leading the way.
The Gund Institute for Environment at UVM announced its first Apis Fund awards today, which will catalyze new research and conservation efforts for endangered bee pollinators, thanks to a recent $500,000 anonymous gift.
- Emerging Resources for Farming in a Changing Climate
- Finding the Balance in Times of Change
- UVM & the USDA Northeast Climate Hub to Host Specialty Crop Water Symposium for Agriculture Professionals and Researchers December 2019
- Climate Adaptation Fellows Website Launched
- Community Agriculture and Regenerative Transitions Conference
- Addison Co. Independent Features Sheep Wool Fertilizer Project
- New Partnerships for Food Resilience in a Changing Climate
- Celebrating Bill Murphy
- Where Sheep are Trending
- Updates on the Who Farms Project
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