Vermont Climate Economy Partnership is seeking new members






The Vermont Climate Economy Partnership, a subsidiary of the Vt Council on Rural Development, is looking for new members.  Help business and policy leaders, and citizens advance Vermont’s climate economy through project implementation, education, advocacy, and, when appropriate, lobbying.    For information, go to:   http://vtrural.org/programs/climate-economy/join-the-partnership.   Flourish, Rick   “Use your voice for kindness, your ears for […]

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Vermont Research News: Birds, earthworms, books and more






Vermont Research News: Birds, earthworms, books and more…. December 7, 2016 On the web   The Vermont Bird Records Committee issued its Thirty-Sixth Annual Report. The number of bird species remained level at 388, constituting 22 orders and 61 families. The first documented subspecies Vermont recording of Audobon’s Yellow-rumped Warbler — spotted in Windsor — […]

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Podcast by Nicole Stratis ‘ 17: Exploring Community: Power of Plants






Take a listen to this podcast,  https://soundcloud.com/nicole-stratis/exploring-community, created by Environmental Policy senior, Nicole Stratis, as the culminating piece for her fall Independent Study. An exploration of my local community through the stories of five resilient, inspiring, and creative individuals uniting with the power of plants. Featuring: John Hayden (The Farm Between in Jeffersonville, VT), Bonnie Acker […]

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Abenaki Event at Champlain – Dec. 8






In respect to Native American and Indigenous Heritage, we have invited a very important guest to our community to educate us on his Abenaki tradition, identity, and art mediums. Chief Don Stephens of the Nulhegan Band of The Coosuk in Shelburne has donated his time to spend enriching our community with his wisdom. As many […]

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