• Climate Change & the New England Food System

    Read the latest briefings from 2015 Food Solutions New England Climate Fellow, Ravdeep Jaidka. Ravdeep's briefings are a continuation of the work of last summer's 2014 Thomas W. Haas Climate Fellow, Ruby Woodside Her fellowship was hosted in collaboration with Food Solutions New England (FSNE). FSNE is a regional, collaborative network organized around a single goal: to transform the New England food system into a resilient driver of resilient driver of racial equity and food justice, health, sustainable farming and fishing, and thriving communities.

    Click here for the briefing and previous publications. 


  • 2015 Annual Report

    We're pleased to share our 2015 fiscal year annual report. In this report, you'll find highlights from some of our most exciting projects and initiatives. Our work over the past year has been built on collaboration connecting across the campus and deeply into the community. We look forward to another exciting year! Thank you for your ongoing support and enthusiasm.

  • 2015 Social Venture Innovation Keynote, Gary Hirshberg
    2015 Social Venture Innovation Challenge

    Please join us at the 2015 Social Venture Innovation Challenge Final Round and Keynote on November 20.  Founder and chairman of Stonyfield Farm, Gary Hirshberg, is our keynote speaker! 

    Register here to attend the final round and keynote.

    Click here to learn more about the Social Venture Innovation Challenge.


  • New Briefing: Putting the Vision to Work

    Read the latest briefing, A New England Food Vision: Putting the Vision to Work.  A New England Food Vision is a collaborative report championed by Food Solutions New England (FSNE), a network serving as a convener and cultivator of our regional food system and an initiative of the Sustainability Institute. This briefing highlights the details of the vision and how the region is already putting the ideas to work.

    Click here for the briefing and previous publications.

  • New Briefing: Midlife with Thoreau

    Read the latest briefing from UNH English Professor, Diane Freedman's new book, Midlife with Thoreau.  Published 110 years after Henry David Thoreau's Walden, it is a memoir in poetry, essays, and journals, a series of “excursions” (the term comes from Thoreau)--that is, walks through landscapes of association, beginning often with observed phenomenon and moving to its personal meaning for the author.

    Click here for the briefing and previous publications.

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