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Burlington's Edible History

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10/10/2016

Burlington's Edible History: The intersection of Burlington’s food landscape and ethnic heritage through time.

Elise Guyette and Gail Rosenberg share captivating stories of centuries of local foods and the Native Americans and immigrant communities who prepared them. Alisha Laramee and Pablo Bose paint a picture of our city's ethnic diversity today, and introduce a small farm redefining the future of Burlington’s food landscape.

Burlington Geographic, and this unfolding story of Burlington's place-based identity, is the current focus of the PLACE (Place-based Landscape Analysis & Community Engagement) Program, an initiative of The University of Vermont and Shelburne Farms. Additional partners include the Burlington Department of Parks, Recreation and Waterfront, RETN and Main Street Landing.