Growing Together: May Newsletter

May 2021 Garden EventsGet the network involved by submitting your next event directly to our submission page. Webinars, courses, conferences, one-time or reoccurring events, all apply! See what’s coming up on our Statewide Garden Calendar Fund Your GardenVisit our website for a regularly updated list of garden-related grants. Find upcoming grants on our Garden Grants page […]

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Greenride Bikeshare is now ELECTRIC⚡️

Greenride Bikeshare is now electric!⚡️ Your favorite Greenride bikes just got a major upgrade! Here is what you need to know…Our bikes are now electric and have a bold new look—you’ll easily spot them with their bright teal color. Make sure you download the Gotcha Powered By BOLT app to start riding around the greater Burlington region today! Remember to […]

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Residential Student Summer 2021 Transportation Update

For those of you that are sticking around for the summer, below is some pertinent information regarding transportation. If not, have a great summer! Shuttles NO regular shuttle service over summer starting May 17th until August 15th Testing shuttles will operate on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11AM-3PM between Main Campus and 194 Saint Paul Street […]

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AASHE Bulletin – April 28th edition

April 28, 2021 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs | Submit | Advertise News of the Week THE Releases 2021 Impact RankingsThe Times Higher Education (THE) University Impact Rankings assess universities on their contributions to the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals. The 2021 ranking includes 1,115 universities from 94 countries/regions. The overall ranking is led by the University of Manchester (U.K.), followed by […]

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🌍 Campuses for Environmental Stewardship 2021 Summit: May 19th🌍

You’re invited!Wednesday, May 19th 12:00-3:30 PM (EST)  The Campuses for Environmental Stewardship 2021 Summit will bring together faculty and campus administrators in the discussion of how campuses can play a leadership role in prioritizing and solving critical issues like climate change, food insecurity and other intersecting issues. Together, conference participants will consider ways to recognize and reward the importance […]

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AmeriCorps VISTA opportunities in Vermont

My name is Andrew Kane, and I am a VISTA Leader with the SerVermont AmeriCorps program.  The SerVermont VISTA Project is a comprehensive umbrella project that welcomes host sites tackling a wide array of poverty related issues in Vermont. We place members in organizations and state agencies to fight poverty across the state by increasing […]

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New Data: Half of Young People Voted in 2020

CENTER FOR INFORMATION & RESEARCH ON CIVIC LEARNING AND ENGAGEMENT AROUND THE CIRCLE New CIRCLE Study ConfirmsMajor Increase in Youth Voter Turnout We estimate that half of young people, ages 18-29, voted in the 2020 presidential election, a remarkable 11-point increase from 2016 (39%) and likely one of the highest rates of youth electoral participation […]

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8-week skill building, volunteer opportunity with Bike & Build

Bike & Build’s Volunteer, Awareness, & Advocacy Program (VAAP) Through service-oriented biking experiences and long term volunteer programs, Bike & Build raises awareness and advocates for affordable housing and empowers young adults to commit to a life-time of service and civic engagement. Our 8-week Volunteer, Awareness, and Advocacy Program places young leaders with one of […]

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This weekend is the Way to Go! Spring Transportation Challenge

It’s Way to Go — Get Up & Go! Time, your opportunity to get rewards and get entered to win great raffle prizes. Just grab your bike, roller blades, or sneakers and join all Vermonters for the annual May 1-16th Spring Transportation Challenge! Log at least two walk, roll or shared ride trips for your commute (or […]

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