Director, UVM Center for Sustainable Agriculture; Extension Associate Professor; Nutrition Specialist

As Director of the UVM Center for Sustainable Agriculture, Linda provides leadership to a team working across the spectrum of sustainable agriculture with a common goal of enhancing the environmental, economic and social sustainability of Vermont farms and the broader food system.  Program areas at the Center are focused on climate change, pasture management, produce safety, local foods, and new farmers.  Her personal work is in the areas of food security, food access and farm-to-school. View Berlin's full faculty page here.

Linda Berlin

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

  • Food Security
  • Food Access
  • Farm to School
  • Nutrition Education Theory and Practice
  • Food Systems


  • Ph.D. Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University, 2006
  • MS, Community Nutrition, Cornell University, 1990
  • BA, Agriculture and Human Health, Evergreen State College, 1983


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