Author Archives: S.C. Intern

FoodCorps Applications are open

Today’s the day: Applications are open! Are you ready to serve up change? Applications are now open for our next class of FoodCorps AmeriCorps service members! As a service member, you’ll connect kids to healthy food in school, from the classroom to the garden to the cafeteria. We encourage you to apply early; we are reviewing applications on a rolling […]

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Transitioning to renewable energy in the near term

It’s a new year (Hope it’s happy!), the holidays are over and new opportunities are appearing. Here are a few that caught my attention recently. Events An evening with Carolyn Finney Thursday, January 23, 2020, 5:30-7:30pm Hilton Garden Inn, 101 Main Street, Burlington Environmental justice leader Carolyn Finney will speak about getting marginalized voices into […]

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Buntings and Kinglets and Counting (oh my): winter at the Museum

Calendar Winter Birds (a series) Jan 22, 29, Feb 5, 12 Monthly Bird Walks Jan 25, Feb 29, Mar 28 Great Backyard Bird Count Feb 14-17 Museum open Feb 15 Kingfisher Carving Class Feb 15 See it. Sketch it. Mar 10 (Monkton) Deadline for submissions to Borders art show   Mar 16 . . WINTER BIRDS […]

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Growing Together: January Newsletter

Growing into a New Year Happy 2020! This is the time of year for recommitting to health goals, making new habits, and embarking on new endeavors to raise the quality of our lives and the lives of our neighbors. As we work to keep our resolutions, it behooves us to ask ourselves: What tools can […]

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Womxn Rising 2020 | January 18th

WOMXN RISING 2020 WHAT: Womxn Rising 2020 WHERE: Casella Theater at Castleton University OR ANYWHERE with an internet connection via our professional Live Stream WHEN: January 18, 2020 | Noon – 3pm On January 18, 2020, we’re changing things up to bring you a more accessible and action oriented Womxn’s March. Womxn Rising 2020 Vermont will take place on Saturday, January […]

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January 2020 E-News: Updates from VNRC

January 2020 E-News Where did the holidays go? The 2020 legislative session is about to begin! We hope the below updates will be useful as you begin to navigate another year of advocacy on behalf of Vermont’s environment and communities. FIRST THINGS FIRST… “6 Legislative Issues to Watch in 2020” — Over the weekend, VPR interviewed House […]

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USCRI Vermont – Paid and Volunteer open positions

Positions: Receptionist (Temporary Volunteer Position) Organizer(s) of In-Kind Household Donations  (Volunteer Position) Organizer(s) of In-Kind Warm Winter Outerwear Donations  (Volunteer Position) English Language Teacher (Part-time, paid position) See below Temporary Receptionist (Volunteer Position) Cover the front desk from 8:30-4:30, Monday thru Friday, through February 7th while Nada is out on FMLA. Ideally volunteers will provide a […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – January 2020

Earth Care News January 2020 In this newsletter: VTIPL Transition Faith Climate Action Day at the State House, Montpelier, Thurs., Feb. 20 Webinar on Climate Policies for the 2020 Legislative Session People’s State of the State Address & PAN-Demonium: Jan. 9, 12 – 3 pm Responding to the Climate Crisis with 2020 Vision: Sat., Jan. […]

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United Way’s Volunteer Connection listings – Dec. 2nd edition

December 2, 2019 By Sue Alenick, United Way Volunteer Columnist CRITICAL NEED FOR CHILD ADVOCATES IN FRANKLIN COUNTY– Guardian ad Litem Program is recruiting volunteers in Franklin County to make a difference in a child’s life. Guardians visit monthly with the child, collect collateral information to relevant to the important factors and people in the child’s […]

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Burlington Geographic – December 4th

The Greater Burlington Sustainability Education Network (GBSEN) is sponsoring the next Burlington Geographic presentation at the Main Street Landing Film House on Wednesday, December 4th from 7-9 PM. The title of the presentation is Human Health and the Environment in Burlington Through Time. The event is free and open to the public — so feel free to spread the word! […]

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