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21 November, 2013 - by Maggie Callahan

Celebration at the Monitor Barn

I came to the University of Vermont as a Nutrition and Food Science Major. Now, as I’m preparing to graduate in the spring, I’m figuring out how what I’ve studied in school will apply to the real world.

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21 October, 2013 - by Helen Labun Jordan

Of Land and Local

This weekend, I got a chance to see Of Land and Local, an art exhibit at the Burlington City Arts gallery on Church Street in Burlington. It was, admittedly, not opening night (that was in September) - but the exhibit is appearing both at the BCA gallery and locations around the state through October, November, and the first week of December, so there is still time to see it. A full schedule is found here.

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1 February, 2013 - by Mari Omland, Green Mountain Girls Farm

Concerts, Cooking Classes, and our Hunger to Connect

“Blown away!” We weren’t talking about the wind. We were neighbors from Northfield, journalists from Montpelier and guests from Connecticut, basking in the glow of the barn, music and community. Mary Bonhang and Evan Premo and the talented colleagues they assemble for Scrag Mountain Music concerts seem to have a blast playing in our barn. 

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28 November, 2012 - by Mari Omland, Green Mountain Girls Farm

Join us for Vulnerability and Viability in the Hills of Vermont

Brené Brown suggests courage is borne out of vulnerability, not strength. She goes on to say the original definition of courage is “to tell the story of who you are with your whole heart.” Her findings on shame and “wholeheartedness” are inspiring millions.

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