Author Archives: Christina Erickson

Internships with Citizen’s Climate Lobby

Intern with CCL We are accepting intern applications for Fall 2020! Interns work behind the scenes with our staff for our conferences, outreach, engagement, and advocacy. See our Internships Page for openings and how to apply. In addition internships to with the national organization, students can also intern with local chapters. Please reach out to your local chapter leader to […]

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Summer Climate Advocacy Training Program – Deadline: June 10

Join the Citizen’s Climate Lobby this summer for a 15-week Climate Advocacy Training Program in learning and applying CCL’s methods for climate action. Participants begin with CCL’s June Conference and continue with the 12 week Core Volunteer Training series. Participants who successfully complete the program by August 31 will receive CCL’s Certificate of Completion, and if they […]

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2020 Fair Trade Conference Sessions Now Live

 ‌  ‌  ‌FAIR TRADE 101NEWS 2020 National Conference Session Recordings Now Live! Thank you to all who joined us online for our Virtual 2020 National Conference back in March. It was an engaging, insightful three days of panels, workshops and keynote speakers discussing how we can innovate for a just and sustainable future. A question that is more important […]

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Vermont Victory Gardens: Seeking Volunteers!

The coronavirus pandemic and resulting lockdown is causing an economic crisis the likes of which most of us have not seen in our lifetimes. Vermonters impacted by this crisis will need more food, for many months to come. Can you join us in a new project, Vermont Victory Gardens, to help our communities grow food for those who […]

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Let’s Grow Kids is seeking Burlington-based folx for childcare

At LGK we have been working with Help Me Grow and medical students at UVM Medical Center to develop a list of “ volunteers”  who can specify if they are available for  free or if they wish to be paid, to go into homes to care for children during this unprecedented time.  It is an […]

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Clemmons Family Farm Events

Hello all, Please see the news releases for upcoming and exciting multicultural events happening at the Clemmons Family Farm in partnership with the Division of Communication and Creative Media and Champlain College! Clemmons Family Farm Artists in Residency To Sing of Common Things Press Release — Dr. Roz Whitaker-Heck, APR  (STUDENTS: Preferred reference is Dr. […]

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MONTHLY SCREENING: ANTHROPOCINE – Sept. 25

MONTHLY SCREENING: ANTHROPOCINE Wednesday, September 25, 7:00 PM The Anthropocene screening is part of a nationwide release to coincide with the U.N. Climate Summit in New York. It will screen simultaneously throughout the USA. Directed by Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier, Edward Burtynsky Narrated by Alicia Vikander Canada | Documentary | 87 mins | US release 2019 […]

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Vermont Research Newsletter: Teen pregnancies, Snakecotten, moose and more… Inbox x

View this email in your browser Share Tweet Forward Teen pregnancy and nighttime driving Vermont is the only state that doesn’t have mandatory nighttime-driving curfews and this may increase teen pregnancies, a new study finds. According to the research, states with stricter laws controlling new drivers have decreased fertility by 3–4% among mothers between the ages […]

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Northern Woodlands Educator’s eNewsletter

 ‌  ‌  ‌  ‌  ‌  ‌ NW Educator’s eNewsletter August 30, 2019 Phenology Calendar A Look at the Season’s Main Events Virginia Barlow First Week of September Ospreys begin moving south. Trees with leaves suck a huge amount of water from the soil. If it’s not too rainy, conditions for logging may be excellent from now until leaf fall. A […]

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