Free Virtual Event: Animals, Ethics, and the Climate Crisis – April 17

On Friday, April 17, you’re invited to  join theologian David Clough to discuss animal ethics, the environmental impacts of factory farming, Christian responses to these issues, as well as information on the DefaultVeg campaign. Sign up now<https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/aecc2020> to participate in the Animals, Ethics, and the Climate Crisis Virtual Visit. Limited space is available for this […]

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The Tonic of Wildness* Burlington Conservation Newsletter Spring 2020

BTV Conservation News The Pulse of Burlington’s Wild Green HeartSpring 2020Issue No. 12 Visit Our Website A Letter from Dan & Alicia  We assigned the articles in this issue last fall before the corona virus reached our shores.  So in a way, this issue of BTV Conservation News is a time capsule from the “before” […]

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The Wild Burlington Newsletter.2.03.f | More things to do with twigs

The Wild Burlington Newsletter Issue #2.03.f | More things to do with twigs Alright, so now you’ve got some twigs adorning your counters and window sills (previous post), and you’re patiently waiting for them to start greening up (many of the ones I brought in have already burst!! but it may be 2-3 weeks for the […]

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Vermont Research Newsletter: Stories of hope and resilience

share | tweet | forward Little free libraries become food banksVermont’s food banks have experienced a sharp increase in demand in recent weeks as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. A twitter user reported last week that some Vermonters are using Little Free Libraries to help distribute non-perishable items to those in need. A note below the […]

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A Special Hello from the CCAI – March 2020 Newsletter

Embrace Each Other & the Promise of “And” As much as we know that words make worlds in our Appreciative Inquiry global community, sometimes there are no words that seem just right to capture everything in our heads and hearts. The perfect word to accurately reflect the mix of emotions that we, like all of you, are experiencing […]

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The Global Engagement Online Series

COMING UP: UN Agency Response and Action on COVID-19 April 8 at 1:00 PM EST FEATURING: Yesim Oruc, Deputy Director, UNDP, Washington Representation Office Sarah Craven, Director, UNFPA, Washington Office Jana Mason, Senior Advisor, U.S. Government and External Relations at UNHCR Megan Gilgan, Deputy Director, Public Partnerships Division, UNICEF This virtual session will invite leaders […]

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Registration Now Open for the 2020 Champlain College Community Garden – April 17th priority deadline

Founded in 2011, the Community Garden originated by request of students, faculty, and staff and was approved by President Finney with support of the Physical Plant Grounds Staff. The Community Garden is located beside Rowell Annex and has 27 plots available for individual use by Champlain College community members (faculty, staff, and students).  This garden […]

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Vermont Community Garden Network news: Growing Together: Spring Hope!

As we face the constantly changing reality of life with Coronavirus, many of us are feeling anxious, isolated and uncertain of how to sustain our families, livelihoods and communities.  Gardening has a long history of providing purpose, food security and resiliency during difficult times.  It also gives us an outlet for physical activity and improves […]

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