Category Archives: Events in the Broader Community

VTIPL April News – Earth Month & Faith Climate Action Week

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News April Happy Earth Month & Faith Climate Action Week At this time of spring, Earth Month, and Ramadan, may we remember that our Earth cannot truly flourish until we have justice for all…all people, all members of the Earth community. IPL’s Faith Climate Action Week & Kiss the […]

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“The Opposite of Hate is Mending” – April 17

If you have some time this Saturday afternoon, please come to this outdoor, COVID safe, performance I’ve been working on.  “The Opposite of Hate is Mending”Saturday, April 17th- 2pmFlynn Ave.  Located on the green on the north side of the street, just west of the train tracks (by the new City Market). Follow the signs […]

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Being Black and Seeing Green: Risking to Gain and Playing the Long Game with Carolyn Finney – April 16

Being Black and Seeing Green: Risking to Gain and Playing the Long GameCarolyn Finney, Storyteller, Author and a Cultural GeographerFriday, Apr. 16, 12-1 p.m.Virtual Link Christian Cooper. George Floyd. John Muir. Systemic racism. Cancel Culture. In this moment of racial reckoning, how do we call ourselves out in order to call ourselves in? What does […]

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Monthly Newsletter from Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Enjoy our monthly newsletter providing updates on research, outreach and education from Lake Champlain Sea Grant. Building Bridges to Water Quality and Conservation Work By Justin Geibel, Water Quality and Careers FellowApril 06, 2021The Vermont Youth Conservation Corps (VYCC) and Lake Champlain Sea Grant are continuing their partnership into 2022 with support for the joint Water Quality and Careers Fellowship. Beginning in early 2020, the fellowship has … [read […]

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Join Sterling College for an evening with Majora Carter – Environmental Justice: Implications of America’s Land Uses – April 15

Join us virtually by Zoom on Thursday, April 15th, 6:30pm – 7:30pm as we welcome Majora Carter, founder of Sustainable South Bronx and the Majora Carter Group, for a discussion on Environmental Justice: Implications of America’s Land Uses The built environment plays an important role in community talent retention or repulsion. When the majority of success stories migrate […]

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Solve Climate by 2030 – Vermont webinar on Tuesday, April 13 at 7:00 PM

Since last April when we were all together for the 2020 Solve Climate by 2030 panel, it has been a long Covid-19 year for teachers, students, and all Vermonters. Meanwhile, the planet kept getting hotter, with 2020 tying for the hottest year that humans have ever experienced. Yet it is likely that 2020 will be one of […]

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Teaching Outside Resource Round-Up with the Vermont Education & Environment Network – April 15

Join the Vermont Education and Environment Network for a round table discussion on resources and tools to enhance your outdoor teaching toolkit. This webinar will be focused on comments and questions you as a classroom our outdoor educator might have about teaching outdoors. Come excited to discuss and connect with fellow educators to learn and […]

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April 2021 VNRC E-News: Wild & Scenic Film Festival is this week!

April E-Newsletter from VNRC We hope the spring weather has brought you some renewed energy and optimism. We’re feeling pretty excited ourselves: VNRC’s annual screening of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival is coming up on Thursday! Learn how to get tickets—and read on for many more updates about our work. Latest News —This week: 13th Annual Wild & Scenic […]

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CWSD: April Webinars

Are you ready for Spring? We sure are! This month’s webinars include multiple backyard composting webinars, Trash Talk and a Kids in the Kitchen webinar. Register for one (or more!) of our upcoming ZOOM webinars (also available on Facebook LIVE) today. Spaces are limited! **Backyard Composting – Multiple sessions available!See below for dates, times and […]

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