This is a monthly series in which the Attorney General will feature a Vermonter doing exemplary work in their community. Have someone you think should be featured? Email AGO.CAP@vermont.gov.
Mohamed Basha […]
As the new Outreach and Education Coordinator for VAAFM’s Produce Program, I’d like to share with you the upcoming Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training held in Richmond, VT on November 7 and 8. […]
Welcome to the Green and Gold online newsletter!
Our goal is to tell stories that look back on your UVM experiences, dig into what’s happening on campus now, and look ahead to what’s next for UVM.
And we’ll […]
There is an irony in The Nature Conservancy’s headline heralding a “new study” that “finds nature is vital to beating climate change.” The sub-title adds that “Nature could cost-effectively deliver over a […]
Did you know that employers use Handshake to find potential employees and interns? Maggie Massey, the UVM Peace Corps recruiter, likes how easy it is to review public student profiles. She recommends that, when y […]
Near the flowing water of the stream, there is mainly small ferns. There is also small vines that twist there way around vegetation all around the stream. Also, moss can be found all over the bottom of many trees. […]
The Centennial Woods is such a great place to explore nature within the city of Burlington! The woods make you feel as though you are in a whole other world, away from the noise of cars and bustle of people. This […]
Microsoft just bought all the electricity from this wind farm for 15 years to power cloud computing
Electric Vehicles Will Drive A $5 Trillion Transition
It’s All About the Chain, Gang: Procurement the Link t […]
We are grateful to RETN and Across the Fence for their coverage of the exhibition. Get a preview of the exhibition and learn more about the objects on display by viewing these videos. You will also hear from […]