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Despite the strong tradition of agriculture in Vermont, much of the food we eat is
sourced from outside of our state. How does our dependence on these outside
sources impact food security in Vermont? What strategies can we use to fill more
Vermonters’ plates with Vermont-grown food?

Panelists
GRETA HASLER, Strategy and Advocacy Coordinator, Salvation Farms
THERESA SNOW, Executive Director, Salvation Farms
KRISTYN DUMONT ACHILICH, Director of the Center for the Environment & Farm Program,
Saint Michael’s College
JOHN SAYLES, CEO, Vermont Foodbank

Moderators
KAITLIN THOMAS, Assistant Professor of Spanish, Norwich University
SIMON PEARISH, Assistant Professor of Biology, Norwich University

This session will include an optional video discussion held on FlipGrid to continue
the conversation. Feel free to post anytime before or after the event!
Flipgrid: https://flipgrid.com/rvt
FlipGrid guest password: ResilientVermont

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www.norwich.edu/cgrs/resilient-vermont

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