The University of Vermont (UVM) seeks two exceptional postdoctoral researchers in Regenerative Agriculture. The postdocs will join a growing interdisciplinary research community focused on innovative farm practices, payments for ecosystem services, and farm viability in the U.S. Northeast. They will help to broaden collaborations among UVM’s new Agricultural Research Station (ARS), Philo Ridge Farm – a diversified 400-acre farm nearby, and a number of new research and policy initiatives in Vermont and the Northeast. These new positions will be based at the Gund Institute for Environment, a campus-wide interdisciplinary research center at UVM, where more than 200 scholars and leaders collaborate to understand the interactions among ecological, social, and economic systems. Gund Institute postdocs pursue rigorous, original research that spans traditional disciplines, advances our research themes, and targets real-world issues in environment and sustainability.