Community Sailing Center is hiring

ALL HANDS ON DECK!Do you enjoy creating new educational experiences for children and adults? Are you a fellow Lake Lover who shares our passion for water recreation? The Community Sailing Center is actively hiring for our full-time positions of Program Director and Program Manager and we need all hands on deck! The Program Director leads a team of bright […]

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Climate changing gardening

This April the Vermont Garden Network will present an online panel discussion on the impacts of climate change on gardening (and gardeners) through a food security lens. Help us provide the most relevant information & resources for you by responding to these two questions: What has been your most persistent gardening challengedue to climate change impacts? […]

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Institute Applications Open: Strengthen Farm to School in Your School Community

A unique, year-long professional learning opportunity for select school, early childhood & district teams from New England & New York. Whether you’re a long-time farm to school advocate or looking to begin integrating food, farm, and nutrition programs into your school community, you’re invited to form a team and apply. The Institute kicks off at Shelburne Farms with […]

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Growing Together: January Newsletter

Happy Days of Garden Dreaming!Happy New Year…we’re starting 2022 with a new name and a refreshed logo! We’re celebrating 20 years of helping people grow food, and during that time our mission and programs have expanded. Our work continues to center around community building, and we still provide community garden organizers with training, networking and […]

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Save the Date for 2/24: United Nations Association 2022 Global Engagement Summit: One Humanity, One Planet, One Common Agenda

SAVE THE DATE Join us for UNA-USA’s virtual Global Engagement Summit! Thursday, February 24, 2022 | 1-5 p.m. ET  UNA-USA’s Global Engagement Summit, typically held at UN Headquarters in New York City, is the largest annual gathering of UN advocates in the country, bringing together UN and U.S. officials, young professionals, community leaders, and subject matter […]

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2022 Compost Changes

As of January 2022, only food scraps and a few select items* are accepted in compost bins around campus and the community. Due to high rates of contamination, the Chittenden Solid Waste District and other waste haulers are no longer accepting formerly ‘compostable’ cups and containers.  As CSWD notes, “These products pose many problems for […]

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Girls on the Run looking for coaches

Girls on the Run is a statewide non-profit program where social-emotional learning is the cornerstone of research-based lessons, designed specifically for the challenges that 3rd – 5th or 6th  – 8th-grade girls face today. The curriculum creatively integrates accessible physical activity to instill confidence and healthy decision-making skills. While covid forced us to cancel our ’20 season, we have […]

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Monthly Newsletter from Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Enjoy our monthly newsletter providing updates on research, outreach and education from Lake Champlain Sea Grant.Reconnecting to Land and Water Through Indigenous Traditional KnowledgeBy Shari HalikDecember 01, 2021Lake Champlain Sea Grant partners with Shelburne Farms and the Abenaki People to support Indigenous education in the Lake Champlain basin. “There are currently very few Abenaki resources […]

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AIGA VT 2022 Design Challenge: Call for Proposals

AIGA VT seeks proposals that investigate the voids that exist around us and consider what is missing from the fabric of our community. Voids can be physical, social, cultural, political, or psychological; tangible or intangible. Projects should engage critically with concepts of absence and emptiness, as they appear within Vermont, while generating potential ways to address these […]

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