Tag Archives: farm-based education

Are there bad foods?

There is an assembly at my 7-year old daughter’s school once a week and parents are invited to attend.   Typically one class does a presentation.  My daughter’s class was “on” a couple of weeks ago because they just completed … Continue reading

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Corn and Grain Inspiring the Lives of Young Women in Northern Vermont. Really?!

Really. When I think of women’s leadership development, large and lofty ideas come mind—things like paradigm shifts, suffrage and empowerment. So who knew that the kernels of leadership sometimes lie within little kernels of corn and grain which were inspiring enough … Continue reading

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Farm Visits and Programs

While it may not be the height of the season, I’ve got farm visits on my mind.  Were any of you at the Farm-Based Education  Conference at Shelburne Farms on Friday? As described in the brochure, this was a gathering … Continue reading

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