RCEs in Greater Burlington and Puerto Rico Collaborate on Sustainable Food Systems Research Project

What bolsters the resilience of smaller farms to sustain themselves during times of economic, geo-climatic and socio-political unrest? This question is at the heart of a new collaborative study currently being undertaken by members of RCE Greater Burlington and RCE Puerto Rico that focuses on identifying essential elements of sustainable food systems. The members are conducting research in the dual geographies of Vermont and Puerto Rico and examining how humans interact with each other and integrate with the non-human world in the production and distribution of food.


RCE Greater Portland - 2020


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Image icon GPSEN FLYER - BRIDGING FOR SUSTAINABILITY-MARCH 26TH.jpg (804.24 KB) Bridging for Sustainability Poster Tahira Abbas
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Date of submission:
Sunday, June 28, 2020
Bridging for Sustainability
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