Burlington City Market The Dish: A Series For Inquisitive Eaters: Farming in the Time of Climate Change

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Vermont’s weather is evolving in wild, unpredictable ways. Long-term meteorological trends show the state becoming warmer and wetter. How will farmers adapt to the environmental upheaval and keep food growing through fast-shifting weather patterns? How will these changes ripple through the distribution chain — and how will they affect what Vermonters eat in restaurants, institutions, and at family tables?

Listen to a panel of local experts for a lively discussion on the challenges and rewards of growing food in a changing climate — now and into the future. Part of the Intervale Center and City Market Dish Series.

Speakers include: Andy Jones, Intervale Community Farm; Joshua Faulkner, UVM Extension; Jeff Jones, Vermont Hydroponic Produce; Eleanor Tison, Green Mountain College

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