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United Way Volunteer Connection Listings – Nov. 20th edition

 United Way of Northwest Vermont – Volunteer Connection Listings Week of November 20, 2017   By Sue Alenick, United Way Volunteer Columnist GIVE THE GIFT OF TIME! United Way of Northwest Vermont’s mobile-friendly Volunteer Connection search platform connects you to hundreds of volunteer needs with local nonprofits. Go to www.unitedwaynwvt.galaxydigital.com or contact us at volctr@unitedwaynwvt.org or 860-1677 to find more needs. […]

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City Market upcoming events & workshops

courtesy of city market   Kids’ Cupcake Decorating Sunday, November 19, 2017 – 11:00am to 1:00pm City Market Downtown (map) Join us for a fun morning of cupcake-decorating! We will have house-made, fall-flavored cupcakes and homemade frosting available for kids of all ages. This is a drop-in event, so no need to sign up. We’ll […]

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Becoming an Outdoor Family seeks instructors

Instructors Needed! Becoming an Outdoor Family, now in its 21st year, is a collaboration between UVM Extension, the Vermont Department of Parks and Recreation, and the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife. The program offers a weekend of family camping early in June at Stillwater State Park in Groton, Vermont. About 200 people of all ages […]

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STUDENT OPPORTUNITY: Collaborate for Climate Action

I am hoping you can send this out to your students today to invite them to this training facilitated by Bennington College students and Energy Independent VT (held at Middlebury College!). It’s happening THIS SATURDAY, and is sure to be a collaborative, network building space for VT students! We can help with carpools if necessary. Please […]

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Vermont Research News: Road salt, rain, taxes and more… Inbox x

courtesy of the vermont research news Vermont Research News: Rain, road salt, taxes and more… November 15th, 2017 Center for Research on Vermont MORE RAIN EXPECTED The northeastern U.S. has experienced dramatic changes in precipitation over the past century. A study co-authored by Dr. Brian Beckage found that annual extreme participation was 53 percent higher from 1996-2014 than it was […]

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Green Ideas – October 25 – Clean doesn’t have a smell

courtesy of green ideas GREEN IDEAS FOR A HEALTHIER PLANET & A BETTER FUTURE Five ways to improve your indoor air quality From a recent blog post I read: “Commercials and slick marketing techniques have led us to believe that ‘clean’ equates to a scent that you would not find in nature. But what does a […]

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Northern Woodlands Educator’s eNewsletter

courtesy of northern woodlands Educator’s eNewsletter                                                                        November 10, 2017 PHENOLOGY CALENDAR A Look at the Season’s Main Events Virginia Barlow Third Week of November November 17-18: The moon will be nearly new and won’t get in the way of the Leonid […]

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VGBN – November Newsletter

courtesy of vgbn Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN) November Newsletter 2016 VT’s Greenest Commercial Building | Hartford Town Hall designed and built by Bread Loaf Corporation Dear VGBN members and friends, As the colder temperatures arrive and the trees bare their branches, Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN) continues to be grateful for the support and enthusiasm we’ve […]

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Peace & Justice Center news & events

courtesy of the peace and justice center  Please check out these actions for peacework from Vermont to Bulgaria. Click here for the latest Peace & Justice Newsletter Also in this issue: Flatbread Benefit Bake Community Job Postings From the Blog: Empowering Women in Bulgaria to be Agents for Peace Put the F35 on the Ballot Community […]

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AASHE Bulletin – Nov. 14 edition

November 14, 2017 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Submit | Subscribe | Advertise News of the Week U Utah To Source Half Its Electricity Needs From Renewables A new agreement will provide 20 megawatts of geothermal energy and 10 megawatts of solar energy to the university for the next 25 years, which is estimated to reduce the University of Utah’s total carbon emissions […]

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