“Low enrollment and financial troubles have caused a slew of Vermont’s small, independent colleges to shut their doors.” Amy Noyes of Vermont Public Radio took a hard look at several Vermont institutions (including Sterling!) for this episode of Brave Little State, VPR’s people-powered journalism project, looking for answers to the question that’s on all of our minds: ” … What’s causing the problem — and is there a solution?”
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Our very own Philip Ackerman-Leist participated in The Real Truth About Health Conference last month, speaking on a panel titled "Empowering Citizens & Communities to Advance a Pesticide-Free Future".
Check out his panel at 10:35 and explore our School of the...
Sunsoil, a pioneering local CBD producer, is committed to investing in Vermonters looking to learn how to re-make agriculture from one of the most destructive of human activities to one that is regenerative.
Sunsoil has generously contributed $10,000 in scholarships to Vermont...
"See, Lat, and their three children forage for fish and mushrooms as they try to hold on to their traditional way of life in the Areng Valley of Cambodia."
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