Vermont Research News: Good readers, new health data, rock flakes and more…

Vermont Research News: Big readers, new health data, rock flakes and more… Big Readers Vermonters seem to be avid readers, with more libraries per capita—183—than any state in the nation. Unlike other states, funding is allocated town by town. Historically speaking, a town’s library has always been a vibrant center of culture and activity. To learn more […]

Continue reading

Burlington 2030 District – September Newsletter

SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER Burlington Home Energy Tour Saturday, September 29 from 10am to 1pm | Burlington, VT Self-guided tour of five inspiring energy efficient homes Please join us a week from this Saturday for our partner Burlington Electric Department’s second annual self-guided Home Energy Tour. Visit one or all of these open houses for inspiration on how to reduce […]

Continue reading

Join Bernie at the UVM Rally for Climate Action on Monday 9/24

I wanted to let you know about an event Senator Sanders will be speaking at on Monday, September 24th – the UVM Rally for Climate Action.  This event is organized by UVM Environmental faculty and students and is open to all college students in Vermont.   More details are below.  If you have any questions, please contact me […]

Continue reading

Weather Warlock Performs at Sundown – 10/21

Weather Warlock Performs at Sundown Al Larsen, director of the Creative Media program in the Division of Communication and Creative Media, is working to bring Weather Warlock, a live music event, to Champlain College as part of Feverish World, a 3-day symposium and art event taking place at UVM and various locations downtown. Weather Warlock will be performing on the patio […]

Continue reading

News & Events from Old Spokes Home

Volunteer for the Fall Fundo The Fall Fundo (October 13) is quickly approaching. We’re on track for a big day – we already have over 100 riders and $9,000 in donations. Woohoo! With all these riders, we’re gonna need some help making sure everything runs smoothly. If you’re not riding, volunteering is a great way to contribute. […]

Continue reading

Join Us for the 2018 Connecticut Law Review Symposium: Tribal Nations & Environmental Law – Oct. 26 Inbox x

Regulating for the Seventh Generation Tribal Nations & Environmental Law   Friday, Oct. 26 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. UConn School of Law William F. Starr Hall 45 Elizabeth Street Hartford, CT   You’re invited to the 2018 Connecticut Law Review Symposium to explore how tribal nations are at the center of environmental battles today, […]

Continue reading

AASHE Bulletin – Sept. 18th edition

September 18, 2018 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Submit | Subscribe | Advertise News of the Week NUS Shares Results of Survey Regarding Students’ Attitudes The National Union of Students in the U.K. released new survey results revealing students’ expectations for and experiences of teaching and learning for sustainable development. While this is the eighth year of the survey, it is the first […]

Continue reading

United Way Volunteer Connection Listings

United Way of Northwest Vermont – Volunteer Connection Listings Week of September 24, 2018 By Sue Alenick, United Way Volunteer Columnist 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 […]

Continue reading

Critical Need for Meals on Wheels Volunteers in Burlington

We have a critical need for volunteers to help with Meals on Wheels in Burlington. Even students who lack a vehicle can help by running deliveries with an established volunteer. Meals on Wheels provides so much more than a meal. The moment you knock on that door, you make a connection. The friendly visit, safety […]

Continue reading