Michael Moser and Claire Whitehouse from the UVM Center for Rural Studies (CRS), along with Extension Professor Lisa Chase, EFNEP Coordinator Maire Folan, 4-H Director Sarah Kleinman, and Youth Agriculture Project Coordinator Liz Kenton contributed to a new report on agricultural literacy from Vermont Farm to Plate. Continue reading “Center for Rural Studies and Extension Contribute to Ag Literacy Report”
A report based on a collaborative study about community resilience in the Northern Border region of the United States has been published. It is entitled, A Resilience Indicators Approach to Ensuring Equitable, Objective, and Continued Investment in Northern Border Communities. Continue reading “Ensuring Equitable and Continued Investment in Northern Border Communities”
Carolyn Claxton, Office/Program Support Generalist
Carolyn Claxton joined the Community Development and Applied Economics Department (CDAE) as their office/program support generalist in July. In this role, she supports all members of the CDAE community. Prior to joining UVM, Claxton was employed by Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences for nearly 12 years, where she served as the coordinator for student affairs. Continue reading “Sept. 2022 CALS New Hires”
CALS and Extension faculty, staff and students are making headlines for their commentaries, research findings, as subject matter experts, and for outreach collaborations. Below is a collection of recent stories.
WCAX reported on a new public service announcement reminding drivers to be careful of horses on the roads, and cites research from the UVM Center for Rural Studies on the economic contributions of the equine industry in Vermont. Continue reading “June 2022 CALS in the News”
Professor, CDAE Chair, and Center for Rural Studies Director Jane Kolodinsky was recently appointed to the USDA National Agricultural Research, Extension, Education, and Economics (NAREEE) Advisory Board. Continue reading “Kolodinsky Appointed to USDA NAREEE Advisory Board”