Even in these challenging times (or maybe especially in these challenging times), it is good to gather in whatever ways we can to share knowledge, build connection, and envision a future of thriving for people, communities and natural systems.
In times of such challenge and change, it's possible to lose sight of the growth and thriving around us daily. But, truthfully, life mostly goes on - and that's maybe especially true on farms. Animals still need care, people still tend the earth, and in turn bring food and fiber and fuel to their customers and community.
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.
- Gund Names Inaugural Apis Fund Winners
- 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