The Vermont Agrivoltaic Project was highlighted in this article from Clean Technica about growing saffron in the shade of solar panels. UVM saffron expert Arash Ghalehgolabbehbahani, along with researchers Bruce L. Parker and Margaret Skinner are mentioned in the article.
UVM will study the sustainability of Vermont’s maple industry, and its impact on the climate. The research will include experts in economics, forestry, natural resource management and community development, as well as maple syrup producers. Mark Isselhardt was interviewed by Vermont Public for the article. Continue reading “CALS in the News-January 2024”
Saffron: Growing the world’s most expensive spice in the Green Mountains
Continue reading “Across the Fence Highlights-Nov. 2023”
Since 2017, the Vermont Urban & Community Forestry Program has worked with the Arbor Day Foundation and local partners to give free trees to Vermonters through the Community Canopy Program. Continue reading “750 Free Trees to Vermonters”
On June 1, 2023, the LGBTQIA2S+ Allies of Windsor in partnership with the Vermont Urban and Community Forestry Program and the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation, dedicated a flowering cherry tree planted at the Old Constitution House State Historic Site as a LGBTQ+ Pride Tree. The project celebrated eight months of planning among the partners and aligns with the State of Vermont’s commitment to building on local, state, and national efforts to advance equity and social justice for all people. Continue reading “Urban and Community Forestry Program Plants Pride Tree”