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UVM is a global leader in food systems education, research, and collaboration.
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Serena Parnau - Graduate Program Coordinator (+)
Kate Finley-Woodruff - Undergraduate Program (+)
S'ra DeSantis - Continuing and Distance Education (+)
Alison Nihart - General Food Systems Inquiries (+)

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UVM is a global leader in food systems education, research, and collaboration.

Food Systems
Research, Policy, and Extension/Outreach ProgramsCertificatesOnline Training OpportunitiesDegree ProgramsDoctoral DegreeMasters DegreeUndergraduate Degree
General info

Over the past several decades, the University of Vermont (UVM) has established its leadership in food systems research, teaching, and outreach.

UVM offers a B.S. in food systems as well as a chance to minor in the discipline.

UVM offers a full range of graduate study, including a master's degree, accelerated master's and our Ph.D. program in Food Systems.

From farmer training to food hub management, professional and certificate programs at the University of Vermont provide learning opportunities for food systems movers and shakers in Vermont and around the world.

UVM Extension integrates higher education, research and outreach to help Vermonters put knowledge to work in their families and homes, farms and businesses, towns and the natural environment.


About The Sustainable Food Systems Sourcebook

The Sustainable Food Systems Sourcebook is a free database of degree programs, consultants, scholarships, funding, conferences, and other education and training resources for professionals and students focused on food systems work. It is published by the Thomas A. Lyson Center for Civic Agriculture and Food Systems in collaboration with the North American Food Systems Network (NAFSN). The Lyson Center is a project of the Center for Transformative Action (a 501c3 nonprofit organization affiliated with Cornell University).


Contact Duncan Hilchey with any questions or comments.