When it comes to stories about climate change in Vermont, it’s hard to beat Joe’s Pond in the Northeast Kingdom – where locals bet on when the ice melts.
Can grazing livestock, pollinator-friendly plantings, crops and bird habitat compatibly share the finite space beneath and surrounding solar array panels? How can multiple enterprises share and operate compatibly, and even complement each other on the same parcel of land and still be productive?
Though disruption and distance may be the enduring themes of these times, our work at the Center for Sustainable Agriculture continues. We are physically separated, but still united around work that supports farms, farmers, communities and the land and water that sustains us all.
- Can Regenerative Agriculture Save American Farms?
- Join Kimberly Hagen & Researchers from the Gund Institute to Learn about Solar in Vermont's Working Landscape
- Seeking a Just Vermont Food System in July 2020
- New Agroforestry Publication from the Center's Juan Alvez in Collaboration with Researchers in Brazil
- Getting a Good Start on Spring Grazing
- Getting Growing, Even in Difficult Times
- eCommerce, Direct Sales & Agritourism for Vermont Farms Webinar Coming Wednesday April 8
- Vermont Wool Pellet Project - Next Phases Coming Up
- Gund Names Inaugural Apis Fund Winners
- Emerging Resources for Farming in a Changing Climate
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