Category Archives: Events in the Broader Community

local, statewide, and national opportunities from the Peace & Justice Center

From anti-racism at the Putney Select Board to water protection in Serrano territory, aka, the San Bernardino National Forest of California, so much needs to be done. We are grateful to do it together. -Rachel Siegel, Executive Director Click here to for the quarterly Peace & Justice Center Newsletter September 15, 2020 Views expressed by entities […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light Sept. Newsletter

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News September 2020 VTIPL Launches Climate Justice SeriesBe a Faith Climate Justice Voter ▪ Faith Climate Justice Voter Campaign – Make Your Plan to Vote▪ Climate Change, Our Faith Values, and 2020. Monday, Sept. 14▪ Be a Climate Justice Voter. Thursday, Sept. 17▪ VT Global Warming Solutions Act Passes […]

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Pick & Design Your Own Market Bouquet, ShiftMeals Webinar Series, and Outdoor Yoga!

A Force To Be Reckoned With Part 1: COVID-19 and Vermont’s Changing Food System Thursday, September 10, 2020 – 12:00pm to 1:00pmOnline Webinar Vermont’s food system is critical to our economy, state identity, and quality of life, with over 64,000 Vermonters employed by farms and food related businesses. The arrival of COVID-19 rattled the food […]

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REV News: Events, Grants & Community Solar

Changes on the REV Board We are delighted to welcome Josh Bagnato as Chair of REV’s Board. He has served on the board for the past two years, including service as Secretary. Josh is Vice President of Project Development for Transmission Developers Inc. (“TDI”) where he manages development activities with a specific focus on the New […]

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News & Events from Peace & Justice Center: Day 9 of 24 hour Burlington Police Protest

The police do not work for Vermonters of color. In Barre, a Black man is missing with what seems like little response, and in Burlington, protesters are speaking out about local police who have yet to be fired for assaulting BIPOC and poor Vermonters. Keep reading to find out how you can stand in solidarity […]

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You’re invited! Building Awards and Regenerative Design on 9/16

You’re invited! Vermont’s Greenest Building Awards and Regenerative Design Please join us for this special webinar event on Wednesday, September 16th, from 12:00-1:30pm. Click here to register! Please join the Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN) for a lunch-time webinar event on Wednesday, September 16 from 12:00 to 1:30pm. The 2019 winners of the Vermont’s Greenest Building […]

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Wild & Scenic Film Festival is May 7!

VNRC has proudly co-hosted the Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Vermont for over a decade. This year is no exception! Though we wish we could see you all in person, we are pleased to offer this year’s FREE screening virtually, in partnership with Patagonia Burlington. Our 2020 short films highlight the importance of equitable access to open […]

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🌼 Celebrate Spring with VT Land Trust: virtual events, nature education, local food

Even in the midst of uncertainty, spring is arriving. Cardinals are singing, silver maples are blooming, wood frogs and peepers are calling, bluebirds are flitting around yards, and pussy willows are bursting out of their shiny buds. “What a comfort it is to be in nature, where spring is happening despite it all,” writes VLT’s Liz Thompson.  We’re […]

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REV2020: Request for Presentations – Deadline: May 31

You are invited to submit an abstract for REV2020: the Renewable Energy Conference and Expo, being held in South Burlington, VT on October 13-14, 2020. This conference brings people together who are working to advance renewable energy, electricity, heating, and transportation solutions. Focusing on climate resilience, equitable access, and connectivity, participants always leave the conference with […]

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April 2020 E-News: Updates from VNRC

April 2020 E-Newsletter from VNRC A Note from our Executive Director When we sent our last e-newsletter, the COVID-19 crisis had not yet gripped our nation. It’s hard to believe how much has changed — and how much hasn’t. Though the coronavirus has us working remotely, and taking care of our families and supporting our communities, […]

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