Author Archives: Linda Berlin

The challenges of changing school food

Last week I spent an inspiring day with a network of leaders engaged in Farm-to-School across Vermont.  While many of the participants work with non-profits, we were lucky to have one farmer amongst the group!  One of the goals of … Continue reading

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Planning for Climate Change

I was glad to turn the calendar page to November a couple of weeks ago.  In a personal and global way, October was a little overwhelming, and frankly, I was ready to move on and think about life’s next steps.  … Continue reading

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Should Vermonters Embrace “Meatless Mondays?”

Last fall I received a phone call from a Vermont college student who was wondering if the Center for Sustainable Agriculture took a stance on whether meat is part of a sustainable diet. It struck me as a curious question … Continue reading

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