Category Archives: Good Reads, Film Clips, etc.

New at People, Places, and Transportation: Winter Biking and COVID Commutes

Dear Friend, Thanks for your interest in People, Places, and Transportation, the new iteration of the blog formerly hosted at Sustainable Transportation Vermont (STVT). If you haven’t checked out the blog yet, learn more about it in our introductory post from December. We’re pleased to share two new entries from January 2021: In COVID-19 and Commuting: Making it Work, Kim Furtado, Transportation Analyst at the Chittenden […]

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USCRI VT Newsletter Feb 2021

On February 3rd, Amila Merdzanovic, USCRI Vermont Director, and Matt Thompson, Coordinator of Programs, (top row) provided testimony to members of the Vermont State House Committee on Human Services on the impacts of COVID-19 and CARES Act grant funding in refugee and immigrant communities in Vermont. In coordination with partnering service agencies, USCRI Vermont provided critical housing assistance, food relief, employment support, clothing, care packages […]

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VTIPL February Newsletter – Black History Month & More

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News February VTIPL Black History Month Screening Event, Resources & More VTIPL Black History Month Film/Discussion, Tues. Feb. 23, 6:30 p.m.▪ VTIPL Board Membership Open▪ IPL Applauds Pres. Biden’s Climate & Environmental Justice Actions▪ Update from Montpelier▪ IPL Digital Rally – Protect Sacred Water▪ Sierra Club Community Conversation – […]

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Vermont Land Trust ❄️ Bird habitat, backyard bingo & staying grounded in the snow

With fresh snow on the ground, it’s a great time to get outside and connect with nature. Let our recreation map help you find some new places to stay grounded. Or print out our Winter Backyard Bingo for a family adventure outdoors. Then, while you’re warming up indoors, check out our upcoming online events. Join us to […]

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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. Water You Know About Road Salt By Kris Stepenuck, Extension LeaderJanuary 22, 2021Winter is once again upon us here in Vermont and the Lake Champlain basin. One of the most impactful things we can do in winter to help […]

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Celebrating Black History Month, The first webinar of our 2021 series, state and local elections, and more!

Black History Month: To all our friends and partners, we wish you a Happy Black History Month! Throughout the month of February, we invite you to join us in honoring the leaders of the past, and celebrate those who continue to uphold their lasting legacy. TELL US: which Black History figure is most inspirational to you and […]

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Growing Together: February Newsletter from Vermont Community Garden Network

February 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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February 2021 E-News: Updates from VNRC

February E-Newsletter from VNRC We might have formally welcomed 2021 on January 1, but we heard from many that the Inauguration felt like the real New Year’s Day celebration. With that spirit of optimism and hope, we look forward to connecting with you this month and throughout the year.  Big changes — Momentous federal wins for the environment — […]

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January Update from the Intervale Center

THANK YOU FOR HELPING US MEET THE GROWINGNEEDS OF OUR COMMUNITY IN 2020! Enjoy the Intervale this Winter with our Love the Land Series This winter looks different, as we all know. Since the pandemic started, we have seen unprecedented rates of people seeking nature therapy in the Intervale. Outdoor recreation has never been as […]

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