Category Archives: Events in the Broader Community

MS Walk: Burlington Volunteer Help Needed – May 21 Walk MS Walk in Burlington is back in person on May 21st AT Rice Memorial High School 99 Proctor Ave. Volunteers make Walk MS possible through supporting a variety of areas on event day. To view all the available opportunities, click here: https://nmss.galaxydigital.com/need/?s=1&need_init_id=5853 Ready to sign up? Keep […]

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Burlington City Marathon Seeks Volunteers: May 27-29

Volunteer Registration Website is https://runsignup.com/runvcm/volunteer. Our volunteers make this event possible. It is the largest single day sporting event in Vermont. As a runner, I know that the volunteer’s, with their enthusiastic participation, provide a positive energy boost during the race. We anticipate approximately 4500 total participants in this year’s Marathon and Relays, an event this […]

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Calling all students: Join Youth Lobby for Rally for the Planet on 4/29!

Across the globe, across the country, and right here in Vermont—young people are at the forefront of the movement for bold climate action. And this year, young Vermonters are reviving what had become something of a tradition in our state.   REGISTER! Join students from Vermont Youth Lobby and all around Vermont on April 29th from 8:30am – […]

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Vermont Garden Network’s Growing Together: April Newsletter

April 2022Garden EventsSubmit your garden related event to our calendar. Check frequently for VGN and partner events, workshops, webinars, courses and conferences!See what’s coming up on our Statewide Garden CalendarFund Your GardenVisit our website for a regularly updated list of garden-related grants.Find upcoming grants on our Garden Grants pageConnect with FellowGarden CoordinatorsOur closed Facebook group is a […]

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Monthly Newsletter from Lake Champlain Sea Grant

View this in your browser Enjoy our monthly newsletter providing updates on research, outreach and education from Lake Champlain Sea Grant. Install a Rain Garden; Start with a Free How-To Manual for Vermont and the Lake Champlain BasinBy Jillian Sarazen, Green Infrastructure CoordinatorMarch 31, 2022Spring is in the air! We hope that you are looking […]

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“Who We Are” Documentary Screening, Become a PJC Intern and more!

Join us April 7th at 6pm for a poetry reading and Q+A with Reuben Jackson!-Grace Pfeil, Community Engagement Manager In This Issue‘Who We Are’ Documentary ScreeningBecome a PJC Intern!VTPOC Network Storytelling EventPJC Author Series with Reuben JacksonFair Housing WorkshopPJC Spring Sale Click here to visit our fair trade, local, and educational store! April 4th, 2022“Who We Are” Documentary […]

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VTIPL March 2022 Newsletter – Register Now for Our Spring Conference!

Photo courtesy Donna C. RobertsGreen Mountains, Blue Water NewsLimits to Growth: Finding Pathways to a Sustainable Future – Register Now for VTIPL Spring Conference – April 24, Norwich, VTVTIPL Virtual Screening of Film, Youth v. Gov, with Youth Panel – April 14Bill McKibben: This is How We Defeat Putin & Other Petrostate AutocratsIPCC 6th Assessment Report – Extent […]

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Climate Changing Gardening Virtual Panel Discussions

Vermont Garden Network presents a virtual panel discussion on the impacts of climate change on gardening (and gardeners) through a food security lens.  PART 1: How food secure are we? How do we grow food in a changing climate, improve food systems, address equity gaps and be better prepared to feed ourselves and our neighbors? […]

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BTV Conservation News Late Winter/Early Spring 2022

BTV Conservation NewsWinter/Spring 2022 / Issue No. 21Vermont Master Naturalists do squats to warm up on a chilly winter tree walk at Ethan Allen Homestead in February.Photo by Deena FrankelAs we begin to prepare for spring, we offer some reflective opportunities of the beautiful winter we have been experiencing. Winter in Burlington invites all of […]

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