Category Archives: Events in the Broader Community

Honor 🌱 Energize ☀ Imagine :: NOFA-VT Winter Conference 2021!

Save the date for NOFA-VT’s Annual Winter Conference &50th Anniversary Celebration February 2021 • Registration coming soon Every February for the last 38 years, the NOFA-VT Winter Conference has been a highlight of the winter for farmers, gardeners, homesteaders, change-makers, organizers, and enthusiastic eaters. Each winter, over a thousand of your fellow organic movement builders join together […]

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Pop up panel this Thursday at 5 pm – Governing For Justice!

Greetings! We are excited to announce an awesome pop-up panel this Thursday at 5 pm called Governing for Justice: Structuring our communities for equity, sovereignty and self-determination Register Here! Join us as we welcome new guests and returning speakers from our 6 part webinar series –  A Force to Be Reckoned With: Womxn and Femmes in VT’s Food System. Reflecting […]

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Peace & Justice Center news & Events: Supporting Black Economic Freedom

As the racial wealth divide continues to grow, we must support BIPOC who are building means for economic freedom. Black folks in Vermont and around New England are fighting an uphill battle against racism to build a life for themselves and community for other Black folks in the area. Can you throw your support behind […]

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ecoNEWS VT Fall 2020 Newsletter

ecoNEWS VT – Fall 2020 Highlighting the latest findings in ecological research and monitoring from across Vermont Autumn is here! In this season’s newsletter we highlight research on the growth of red oak in the Northeast, how biodiverse land and ecosystem services can be protected together, and how hunters would feel if wolves were to […]

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Burlington Progressive Party mayoral candidate debates and caucus

Burlington Progressives just announced their process for nominating a candidate for Mayor of Burlington and I would like to invite you to participate in the nomination process! Over the next few weeks we will host a series of candidate forums focused on issues impacting our city. Then, on December 1st, we will hold our nominating […]

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Upcoming Activities at Rokeby Museum

Upcoming Activities at Rokeby Museum YOU’RE INVITED Holiday Open House Saturday, December 5th: 10:00 am–4 pm Free Entry to Museum.  Great deals in the Museum Shop. A limited number of Rokeby-sourced Holiday door swags and wreaths for sale! Find a gift for everyone on your list and Support Rokeby Museum! New Hours through December 6th From October 31st to December […]

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Virtual Benefit Concert for Malayaka House – Nov. 22

Champlain College has a long history with the Malayaka House in Entebbe, Uganda, sending a group of students, faculty and staff to Uganda for several years.  Other groups in Vermont have a relationship with Malayaka House as well and want to share news of their upcoming benefit concert. Please spread the word! Below is a poster for a […]

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Why We Cycle – Film Screening and Discussion – Nov 19 at 7 PM EST AND Dec 3 at 12 PM EST

Local Motion, in partnership with The Vermont Clean Cities Coalition, is proud to present a free, virtual screening of Why We Cycle. There is a 11/19 (7-9pm) showing for general audience (with panel) and a 12/3 (12-2pm) showing for industry practitioners, but welcome you to attend whichever best fits your schedule. To the Dutch, cycling is as normal as breathing. […]

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Join CSWD to celebrate America Recycles Week

November 5, 2020 Celebrate America Recycles Day!Webinars to help you REDUCE, REUSE & RECYCLE To celebrate America Recycles Day (Nov. 15, 2020), CSWD invites you to a series of interactive webinars starting November 9, 2020. Practicing the 3 Rs —Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle – can save you money as you do your part to clean up and green up the Earth! Learn how […]

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Upcoming Webinar: Teaching Outdoors In Winter – Nov. 19

 Upcoming Webinar! Teaching Outdoors in Winter WHEN: Thursday November 19, 2020 4-5pmWHERE: Zoom Webinar (registration required)  Register today! Many schools have pivoted to outdoor learning as a safe alternative to being indoors- but colder temperatures don’t have to mean classes should head back inside! Hear from seasoned educators from forest preschools and outdoor learning centers as they discuss […]

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