Since 1952, the UVM Horticulture Research & Education Center has hosted projects that have furthered production of apples, small fruit, vegetables, and ornamental specialty crops in Vermont and the surrounding region Join UVM faculty, staff, and student researchers on August 6 (rain date August 9) as we show off our current research projects at the UVM Hort Farm. The agenda will follow projects via a walking tour across the landscape of the 97-acre facility throughout the day from 9:00 am – 4:30 p. Attendees are encouraged to come and go to fit your interests. Pack a lunch and make a day of it, or attend just the sessions you’re most interested in. The tour is designed so that attendees can join and leave at any point to suit their interests.
A tour agenda is attached and can be found at: http://go.uvm.edu/hrecresearchday
A research synopsis can be found at: http://go.uvm.edu/catfarmresearch
No RSVP is needed, but if accommodations are required, please email Hort Farm Director Dr. Terence Bradshaw at: tbradsha.
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See you on the 6th,
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