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“Goats are easier to care for [than cows], gregarious, and don't have a lot demands while also being relatively benevolent. This makes them a perfect match for the new attitude among some farming communities that small is beautiful,” Paul Kindstedt, a cheese historian and professor at the University of Vermont.

“CTE (career-and-technical education) today has to be about academics as well,” Steve DeWitt, the deputy executive director of the Association for Career and Technical Education.

Wouldn't it be neat if the power of Instagram was used to share recipes for carrot top pesto and food scrap stock,” Eve Turow Paul, the author of A Taste of Generation Yum.

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