Pandemic food insecurity remains elevated in the Northeast – affecting over 27% of households in Vermont and Maine – and in response, many families have increased the amount of food they grow, fish, raise, forage or hunt themselves. New research from the University of Vermont and University of Maine shows nearly 60% of households in both states engaged in some form of home food production...
A team of researchers at the University of Vermont is seeking solutions to help combat mastitis, a costly health problem among dairy cows that can be challenging for herd health on organic farms.
There’s no place Charlotte Smith would have rather spent her summer than on farms in Vermont scouting for bugs.
- Leahy Secures and Announces $11 Million to Support the Food Systems Research Center at UVM
- Amy Trubek Receives Vogelmann Award for Excellence in Research & Scholarship
- Planting Seeds of Resilience
- UVM Receives nearly $400K for “Serious Games” to Promote Healthy Food Policy
- PhD Candidate Luis Alexis Rodriguez-Cruz Interviewed for In Common Podcast
- Climate Change is Hurting Children’s Diets, Global Study Finds
- COVID-19 Food Insecurity Hits Record Levels in Vermont
- Talking with Jonathan Safran Foer
- Vermont, Maine Team Awarded $4M to Study Climate Impacts on Species and Response of Farmers, Rural Communities
- Can Regenerative Agriculture Save American Farms?
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