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What It Means to Be a Farm and Food Advocate - Part 1

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Published on Apr 26, 2013

At the Vermont Law School Center for Agriculture and Food Systems, we learn from our neighbors—farmers and food entrepreneurs. We are part of the community and, through community, experience the legal and policy issues facing small and mid-sized farmers in America. This is one of the many ways education at the Vermont Law School is unique in the nation and our graduates are poised to be the new generation of food, farm, and fiber advocates and entrepreneurs. In the keeping with this ethos, the following video was directed and shot by two second year law students and the music was likewise created by law students or friends of the law school.

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