UVM professor Cheryl Morse—who studies how people perceive, co-produce, and experience rural places—reports on how different groups of Vermonters have engaged with land as landscape, place, and environment in recent years, and why these engagements matter in contemporary land debates.
About Cheryl Morse
Cheryl Morse is Associate Professor of Geography and Geosciences, co-director of the Environmental Studies Program, a Gund Institute affiliate, and a member of Food Systems Graduate Faculty at the University of Vermont. She is a rural geographer who researches human-environment interactions. She serves as Chair of the Board of the Vermont Land Trust.
About the Fall Festival 2022
Join us in October during National Arts and Humanities Month for our Where We Land Fall Festival, a remix of our Annual Fall Conference. Attend in-person events in communities around Vermont or join hybrid events online. Many sessions will center around the themes of our Vermont Reads 2022 selection, The Most Costly Journey, a comics collection of stories told by migrant workers in Vermont.
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