Category Archives: Good Reads, Film Clips, etc.

Vermont Land Trust’s Fall events & Annual Celebration in October

We are excited to announce our fall events, including this year’s annual meeting and celebratory field trips around the state. Whether you enjoy getting out on the land with fellow enthusiasts or joining us from the comfort of home, we’ve got you covered. From wildflowers to birds, there’s so much to discover — we hope you’ll join us.Happy fall, and […]

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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.Learn Ways to Protect Water Quality Around Your HomeBy Lake Champlain Sea Grant StaffSeptember 07, 2021Are you a Vermont homeowner? Do you enjoy nearby lakes, ponds, streams, and wetlands, whether by boating, swimming, fishing, walking along the shore, or watching […]

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2021 FoodxFilm Festival (Free!) Sept 26-Oct 3

I am writing to formally invite you to the 2021 FoodxFilm Festival , September 26th – October 3rd, 2021. The FoodxFilm Festival is a premiere international festival that seeks to transform food systems for everyone, everywhere through film and story. The festival aims to create a platform that shares the voices of the next generation of food systems […]

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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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AASHE Bulletin – April 28th edition

April 28, 2021 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs | Submit | Advertise News of the Week THE Releases 2021 Impact RankingsThe Times Higher Education (THE) University Impact Rankings assess universities on their contributions to the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals. The 2021 ranking includes 1,115 universities from 94 countries/regions. The overall ranking is led by the University of Manchester (U.K.), followed by […]

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New Data: Half of Young People Voted in 2020

CENTER FOR INFORMATION & RESEARCH ON CIVIC LEARNING AND ENGAGEMENT AROUND THE CIRCLE New CIRCLE Study ConfirmsMajor Increase in Youth Voter Turnout We estimate that half of young people, ages 18-29, voted in the 2020 presidential election, a remarkable 11-point increase from 2016 (39%) and likely one of the highest rates of youth electoral participation […]

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Event Recording | Climate Solutions for Vermont, April 13

Thank you for attending or registering for “Climate Solutions for Vermont” a webinar held on April 13, 2021, as part of the global teach-in Solve Climate by 2030. The event recording is available here:  Climate Solutions for Vermont – Solve Climate By 2030, 4/13/21 – YouTube Please share the link with your networks. Take care,Janet Wiseman on […]

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Advance Screening of My Tulsa 1921 PBS Documentary

Join Human Rights Watch to preview a new documentary by Jonathan Silvers, Tulsa: The Fire and Forgotten, for free, April 30–May 10 across the United States, and join a live discussion May 5 featuring: Nicole Austin-Hillery, Human Rights Watch US Program Executive DirectorDeNeen Brown, Washington Post ReporterRep. Regina Goodwin, OK House District 73Dreisen Heath, Human […]

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