Webinar: Managing Organizational Change for Transformational, Deep Decarbonization Initiatives on Campus – 11/16

Join Us for an Upcoming WebinarManaging Organizational Change for Transformational, Deep Decarbonization Initiatives on CampusTuesday, November 16th | 1pm EDT In a January 2021 executive order addressing the climate crisis, President Joe Biden committed the U.S. to an ambitious conservation goal: to protect 30 percent of U.S. land and coastal seas by 2030. That target, […]

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Vermont Research News

Amphibian road kill New research from Maine shows a sharp decrease in amphibian deaths due to decreased traffic last spring. Fewer cars meant fewer frogs, salamanders and other wildlife killed by vehicles. The coordinator of Vermont’s Reptile and Amphibian Atlas observed a similar decline in the state. In May 2020 there were 40% fewer vehicles on Vermont’s roads on some key […]

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News and Updates from the SUSU commUNITY Farm

Donate HereThank you for supporting us this season! On October 1st, we celebrated one year of officially being the SUSU commUNITY Farm.We started as a healing collective, dedicated to serving our community with offerings of workshops, gatherings and hand-crafted herbal products. We had just opened our space and began holding community gatherings in February of […]

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Do Your Halloween Dollars Do More?

Inza Sanogo is a cocoa producer and certified trainer at COOP-CA-REFSI in the Koffikro village of Côte d’Ivoire. “Before, our parents worked in the cocoa fields and did the best they could. Now that we’re fair trade certified, we have new infrastructure for the village, as well as trainings to continue improving our skills.” As […]

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Your October Digest from CSWD

Happy Fall and soon to be Halloween!Halloween is one of my favorite times of year. Halloween means fall colors, parties, costumes, candy AND pumpkins!Here are some great ways to REUSE or dispose of your Halloween pumpkins.Eat themHollow out your pumpkin for carving then use the pulp and seeds for all typed of sweet and savory […]

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United Way Volunteer Connection listings

October 20, 2021 LEND A HAND. VOLUNTEER – United Way of Northwest Vermont’s mobile-friendly Volunteer Connection connects you to hundreds of local volunteer needs. Search by age, date, county, interests or causes that are important to you. Stay connected to community needs. Here is a link for Volunteer Connection to learn more about these and other opportunities. MEALS ON […]

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Run, Walk, Bird, Carve! October-November 2021 @ the Birds of VT Museum

Take to the Trails at the Birds of Vermont Museum Come running, go walking, take a friend birding! There’s even some space in our next carving workshop. Sign up soon!Race Around Birds (October 23-November 6) →Solstice Tomten Carving Class (October 30) →October Bird Monitoring Walk (October 30) →“The Gift of Art” show (November 1 – April 30) →November Bird […]

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BTV Conservation News Fall 2021

BTV Conservation NewsFall 2021 / Issue No. 20 Champlain Elementary School teachers and students along with Burlington Wildways, BPRW and Grow Wild volunteers plant trees in a wildlife corridor with special guest Doug Tallamy, author of Nature’s Best Hope, who is holding the red handled shovel. The fall in Burlington invites all of us to be […]

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Sweater Weather is upon us and it’s time to journal.

Click to be directed to updates on our:News ◉ Podcast ◉ Reads ◉ Journal Prompts ◉ Journal Circles We hope that you enjoyed the summer! As Climate Journal Project gears up for Fall, we look forward to keeping you in the loop.Continue on for our latest news or skip to a section by clicking on the topic in the header above 🙂  OCTOBER UPDATES […]

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Science Communication Training for Faculty, Post-Docs, and Graduate Students – Registration deadline Nov. 15, 2021

Dear Colleagues: As part of research study on effective science communication, my colleagues and I are offering free science communication training opportunities. Participants will learn how to communicate with audiences about the value and importance of their work as well as science more generally. ***************************************************************************** *        WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? We are conducting the study at George Mason […]

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