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From the Alfond Barn: The Value of Quiet Time With Our Animals, Ourselves

As I approached the Alfond Barn on a cool August morning this summer at Sterling College, all was quiet. Our students were at home, so it was just farm staff…

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Sterling’s Self-Sufficiency Task Force & the Role of Low-Carbon Storage Crops in Increasing Community Food Sovereignty

In response to COVID-19, Sterling College mobilized a number of context-specific task forces to assess a way forward for the College amid the public health and economic crises that will…

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Study “Pollinators, Beekeeping, and Products From the Hive” at Sterling College

  The economic value of pollinator-dependent crops is estimated to be between $18 billion and $27 billion annually in the United States alone. The School of the New American Farmstead…

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