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Last Morsel—When Worlds Collide

How does a liberal arts education affect life on the farm?

| May 15, 2017 | Last Morsel

Grazing sheep

I butchered three sheep today. What does this mean to me as a man educated in liberal arts at Middlebury?

Appreciating Neighbors

Mari Omland and Laura Olsen | February 22, 2017 | Commentary

Photo courtesy of Green Mountian Girls

“Neighbor” and “community” are two words that show up frequently in our weekly farm blog.

My Family’s French Canadian Kitchen

A petite vegetable farm in Saint Armand shares lessons in profitability.

Dorothy Read | November 15, 2016 | Set the Table

tourtière

Whenever I catch a whiff of cinnamon or cloves, my mind drifts to my mother’s kitchen and the French Canadian food traditions that shaped how I learned to cook.

Release

Katie Sullivan | August 17, 2016 | Fall '16 | Issue thirty-eight

goat illustration by Gabriel Tempesta

I began farming in 2008, moving from books to hands-on experience raising crops, sheep, dairy goats, and poultry.

Last Morsel—Turnip on Top

Caroline Abels | May 26, 2016 | Commentary

Gilfeather Turnip

Just when you think politics has reached its lowest point of decomposition, a vegetable comes along to reaffirm your faith in responsive government.

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