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Wild Harvests at Sterling College: Foraging for Jerusalem Artichokes

Native to the United States, Jerusalem artichokes are not from Jerusalem, nor are they artichokes. They are actually edible tubers of Helianthus tuberosus, a 6 or plant in the aster…

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Sterling College Claims #1 for Real Food on Campus for Second Year in a Row

February 11, 2016 • Craftsbury Common, VT • For the second consecutive year, Sterling College has been confirmed as the top college in the United States that serves food on…

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Remembering Senior Dinner 2015

Sterling’s 2015 graduating Seniors came together last night in the gardens behind Cedar Cottage for an intimate, candlelit dinner.  With Commencement imminent and the departure of these dear ones happening…

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