Tag Archives: farm-based education

Guide by Your Side: What Makes a Good Extension Educator Good?

In my Social Sustainability on the Farm project, we’ve been looking at the social issues farmers face; so I have been thinking about healthy farmer relationships—both personal and professional. And since I work for UVM Extension, naturally I wonder about … Continue reading

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Play It Farm Safe

How do you like to learn? Do you prefer an in-depth explanation before trying something new, or are you a jump-in-with-both-feet type?  Do you remember best when you hear something, do something, or see something? As parents, educators or employers, … Continue reading

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Youth Farm Safety Camp in Reading, VT on April 13/14

Registration is officially open for UVM Extension’s  Thrills and Skills Youth Farm Safety mini-camps! The first of our four scheduled camps will be at Spring Brook Farm in Reading, VT on April 13 and 14. These overnight camps for youth, 12 to … Continue reading

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