It takes a village — or at least many, many administrative offices — to keep
UVM running smoothly. The most frequently requested offices and phone numbers are listed here, but if you need to contact a unit not mentioned, see UVM A–Z.
Offices and Phone Numbers A–Z
UVM places ... just to name a few:
From Shelburne Pond and Mount Mansfield to acreage at the Redstone Quarry, UVM's natural areas: UVM's natural areas provide resources for teaching, research and leisurely hikes.
Student run, fun to visit and a short walk from campus. UVM Horse Barn Co-op:
: A field research station established in 1946. Visitors are welcome to see first-hand how maple syrup is made. Proctor Maple Research Center
: ECHO at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain ECHO educates and delights people about the ecology, culture, history, and opportunities for stewardship of the Lake Champlain Basin.
Including indoor facilities and an outdoor nursery, the Greenhouse Complex: UVM greenhouses are used for teaching, research and extension. The 8,000-square-foot indoor facility hosts many visitors each year.
A 97-acre farm of trees, shrubs, perennials, apples and small fruit. While the Hort Farm is used for agricultural research and the instruction of Horticulture Research Complex (Hort. Farm): UVM classes, it also is open to visitors.
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