Author Archives: S.C. Intern

Summer Fellowship Opportunities at 350Vermont

Apply for a Summer Fellowship at 350Vermont! The application process for 350Vermont’s two 2021 Summer Fellowship positions is now open! In a summer fellowship with 350VT, you can pursue your own organizing work while gaining experience working with the team of a grassroots climate justice non-profit organization. Summer fellows can be involved in many different […]

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United Way Volunteer Connection listings

February 25, 2021 United Way’s Volunteer Connection site is set up to help connect agencies and volunteers.  Agencies are working hard to navigate volunteering during this time, so the opportunities are limited.  Here is a link for Volunteer Connection to learn more about these and other opportunities. A DRVING NEED – Vermont Association for the Blind and […]

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See Change Sessions by Hula – March 24-25

Check out this exciting, virtual summit Hula is producing around the intersection of entrepreneurship, climate action, and winter mountain sports – See Change Sessions. The Hula team has lined up some incredible industry leaders to present, including Yvon Chouinard of Patagonia, Kate Williams of 1% For the Planet, Danny Davis, and reps from B Lab, Bank Of The West, Beta […]

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ALPINE Webinar: The Woods Around the Ivory Tower – March 3

Join ALPINE for two upcoming events: ALPINE Spring Webinar Series: The Woods Around the Ivory Tower- a Systematic Review Examining the Value and Relevance of US University Forests Wednesday, March 3, 202112:00-1:00pm Throughout the US, many institutions of higher education own forested tracts, often called school forests, which they use for teaching, research, and demonstration […]

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Shelburne Farms news: Winter Wildlife Detectives, a Warm Recipe for Cold Weather & Professional Learning for Educators

About • Our Work • Calendar • Support • Blog • Visit • Stay & Dine • Gather • Farm Store What does sugaring in a changing climate look like? For us, right now, it looks like… just sugaring. But that’s not to say all is healthy in the woods. The Vermont sugaring season is shifting, and our Farm woodlands are changing. Here’s how we’re responding. Burlington City & Lake Semester Wins […]

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Virtual Screening of Fire & Flood: Queer Resilience in the Era of Climate Change – Feb 23

Fire & Flood: Queer Resilience in the Era of Climate Change tells the story of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the fires in Santa Rosa, California, two-near simultaneous climate-related disasters in the fall of 2017, through the voices of LGBTQ people who lived through them and were part of the community response. The film […]

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Visionary Policy for Food System Transformation

Public policies matter for our food future. Join us Friday! Join us to hear from special guests about how we can advance a coordinated policy platform for our region that brings together our goals and values for food, farming, fishing and forestry. How do we best contribute to democratic transformation and governance of a New England food system […]

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Meet Up, Waste Down! Hosted by Zero Waste Campus Council Feb 23, 2021

The Zero Waste Campus Council (ZWCC) is hosting its monthly Meet Up, Waste Down on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 1 pm EST via Zoom! These meetings are held for one hour every 4th Tuesday of the month at 10 am PST/1 pm EST. We will have an initial welcome and introductions and then people can move […]

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CSWD’s February Digest

Dear Neighbors, We geek out about the strangest things here at CSWD. February 18th is National Battery Day!Americans purchase nearly 3 billion dry-cell (alkaline or lithium) batteries every year to power radios, toys, cellular phones, watches, laptop computers, and portable power tools. (University of Illinois at Urbana, 2021) These batteries can have a second life with proper disposal.Tips on handling […]

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