Category Archives: Events in the Broader Community

Growing Together: May Newsletter

May 2021 Garden EventsGet the network involved by submitting your next event directly to our submission page. Webinars, courses, conferences, one-time or reoccurring events, all apply! See what’s coming up on our Statewide Garden Calendar Fund Your GardenVisit our website for a regularly updated list of garden-related grants. Find upcoming grants on our Garden Grants page […]

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This weekend is the Way to Go! Spring Transportation Challenge

It’s Way to Go — Get Up & Go! Time, your opportunity to get rewards and get entered to win great raffle prizes. Just grab your bike, roller blades, or sneakers and join all Vermonters for the annual May 1-16th Spring Transportation Challenge! Log at least two walk, roll or shared ride trips for your commute (or […]

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Saturday: Join us for May Day Action!

DonateFacebook | Twitter | Instagram Last week we shared the testimony of Vermont farmworker Primitivo. He spoke about being fired after protesting unbearable conditions: sub-minimum wages, three shifts a day without time for rest, and a house without sufficient heating or hot water. Primitivo worked on a farm that produces Hannaford-brand milk, and unfortunately his experience […]

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VBSR’s Upcoming 31st Annual Conference: Businesses for a Better World – May 20

I wanted to reach out to you to make sure you had heard about VBSR’s upcoming virtual conference: VBSR’s 31st Annual ConferenceBusinesses for a Better World Join us virtually on Thursday, May 20th7:30 am – 4:00 pm Learn more and register at: www.vbsrconference.org The conference will center around three key themes: Anti-Racism, Business Resiliency, and The Climate […]

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CSWD’s April Digest

April 2021 Dear Neighbors, Happy “Almost” Earth Day! April 22nd is Earth Day. The day was created in April 1970 by Senator Gaylord Nelson to bring attention to his environmental agenda. The nation at the time did not have an EPA, a Clean Air Act, or a Clean Water Act. On that first Earth Day, […]

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News & Events from Shelburne Farms: Sugarbush Exploration, Spring Lambing & Shifts at the Market Garden

About • Our Work • Calendar • Support • Blog • Visit • Stay & Dine • Gather • Farm Store You and your students can be changemakers! Shelburne Farms professional learning programs prepare PK-12 educators to facilitate learning experiences for students with a lens of sustainability. All of our programs support you in educating for a more healthy and just future. Learn more about our upcoming programs. Discover Maple Sugaring at the […]

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Peace & Justice Center news & events: Renaming Negro Brook, Centering BIPOC at the PJC and more

 After saying farewell to Rachel, transitioning continues at the Peace and Justice Center including a shift in our E-news as I take over. Thank you for staying with us and I look forward to continuing this journey with you! -Jorja Lamb, Programming Coordinator Click here to visit our fair trade, local, and educational store! April 13, […]

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Vermont Land Trust news & events: Protecting land with the Elnu Abenaki, spring wildflowers & new events 🐦

It’s definitely spring! We are seeing spring beauties and hepatica in the woods and translucent green leaves emerging on trees. Below, VLT ecologists Liz and Allaire offer insights into some things you may see out in nature in the weeks ahead. We’re excited to share conservation successes and new online events you can join wherever […]

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