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Study “Charcuterie” at The School of the New American Farmstead at Sterling College

Charcuterie is enjoying a distinct renaissance in the United States right now, thanks to old world traditions being revived by artisans from coast to coast. The School of the New…

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Dr. Serin Houston to Present About Current Migration Scope, Impacts & Activism at Sterling College on October 7

The topic of migration commands a central role in contemporary policy debates, social activism and local, national and international media. Sterling College invites the public to attend a free talk…

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Herbalism for Health

Tessa Scheele transferred to Sterling two years ago and self-designed a major in Natural History. Her major focuses on exploring the intersection of cultural and natural histories on the land…

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