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A Careful Consideration of GMOs

In my food and agriculture class, we’ve been working through a rather controversial GMO paper by de Vendemois. It is technically dense, to say the least — the abstract of this paper mentions MON 810, False Discovery Rate, Principal Component Analysis, isogenic, Bt, detoxifying, hepatorenal, and on and on. Yet at its core, this paper […]

Law, Food, & the Radio

One of the things I love most about Vermont Law School is its law students. Last month, I had just started as Director of the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems when I received an email from students who were soliciting programming ideas for a new, community-based low-frequency radio station.  The message got me thinking […]

Happenings at VLS and in VT

There is a lot happening this month on campus and in the state of Vermont! VT Health Care Bill “Vermont takes first steps towards universal, unified health care…” reports Royalton/Tunbridge State Representative Sara Buxton ’10. As always, the state of Vermont is on the leading edge of the issues facing our nation.  Bill H.202 passed […]