Published in association with the 2015 exhibit, "The Farm: Drawings of Rowland Evans Robinson, 1850–1880," and covering the same decades, “Farming and Feasting with the Robinsons” serves as an exhibition catalog and short exploration of Robinson family foodways. In fours essays tied to the seasons, author Jesse Natha checks in with the Robinsons to see what’s on their minds, on their plates, and on their chore lists. The book is richly illustrated with Robinson’s drawings and features a Robinson family recipe for each season. Farming and Feasting is for sale in the Museum gift shop. http://www.rokeby.org
The scope of research at the University of Vermont is broad and diverse, including the fields of human health, energy, food systems, neuroscience, complex systems, animal science, the environment and more.
Since its establishment in 1973, Vermont Law School has educated thousands of students on the basis of one ideal: provide an expansive and challenging legal education rooted in a commitment to civic values. VLS is a place where a dedicated and distinguished faculty cultivate a learning environment rich in cooperative spirit. The Environmental Law Center, founded in 1978, has the largest graduate environmental law program in the country, consistently ranked among the best by U.S.News & World Report. The program emphasizes student engagement with real-world problems and the development of responsive environmental policy. Design: Steve Wetherby, Wetherby Design Cover Artwork: Jacquie Gouveia