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Food Systems

A resource guide related to all aspects of local/community food systems, from production and processing to consumption and disposal.

Finding Articles: Overview

Researching food systems can be highly complex; relevant content is often found in resources from a variety of disciplines. See below for some suggested article databases (interdisciplinary, subject-specific, and related ares) to get started. If you need help or additional suggestions, please contact your librarian at christie.silkotch@uvm.edu.

Interdisciplinary Databases

Subject Databases

Additional Databases

Related Research Guides

The study of food systems is highly interdisciplinary. Please see the following guides from UVM Libraries for additional relevant resources:

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Look Up A Citation

If we don't have access, use interlibrary loan to request any journal article and we will send it to you!

Find It@UVM

Some databases have the full text of an article; otherwise, look for the Find it@UVM button.

Find It @ UVM

Use this button to:

1)  Search the Libraries' collections for the full-text version of an article, online or in print.
2)  Submit an interlibrary loan request when we do not have the full-text version.