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AASHE Bulletin: April 14th edition: Dickinson College Achieves Carbon Neutrality + More

News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs | Submit| Advertise News of the Week Dickinson College Achieves Carbon Neutrality Dickinson recently achieved its carbon neutrality goal by cutting its greenhouse gas emissions 25 percent from 2008 levels and purchasing carbon offsets to mitigate the remaining emissions. From 2020 forward, all the activities included […]

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Shelburne Farms news: Historical Mask Sewing, Walking Trail Updates, and At-Home Learning

About • Our Work • Calendar • Support • Blog • Visit • Stay & Dine • Gather • Farm Store The final days of March marked the end of a productive 2020 sugaring season, thanks in part to the expansion of our sugarbush over the winter. As sugarmaker Marshall Webb said, “When the sap turns a little sour and the bubbles want to explode out of the pan, it’s time to quit.” Take […]

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April 2020 E-News: Updates from VNRC

April 2020 E-Newsletter from VNRC A Note from our Executive Director When we sent our last e-newsletter, the COVID-19 crisis had not yet gripped our nation. It’s hard to believe how much has changed — and how much hasn’t. Though the coronavirus has us working remotely, and taking care of our families and supporting our communities, […]

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The Wild Burlington Newsletter.2.04.a | Even more things to do with twigs

The Wild Burlington Newsletter Issue #2.04.a | More things to do with twigs This was an exceptionally warm March, and all the rain over the past couple of weeks has flushed many of the amphibians from their overwintering sites down into the wetlands. While I’ve seen amphibians move as early as March 8 down in Shelburne, […]

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AASHE Bulletin- April 7th edition: Iowa State U Releases Land Acknowledgement + More

April 7, 2020 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs | Submit | Advertise News of the Week Iowa State U Releases Land AcknowledgementIn collaboration with the university’s director of American Indian Studies, the university developed and recently released an official land acknowledgement recognizing Indigenous Peoples that were stewards of the land on […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter April 2020 – Faith Climate Action Week

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care NewsApril 2020 Happy Earth Month! Faith Climate Action Week – Love Made Visible During Earth Month, may we remember that we truly ARE Nature. As we witness the natural world recovering during the devastating COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps we can also take heart in realizing that as Nature is healed, […]

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The Tonic of Wildness* Burlington Conservation Newsletter Spring 2020

BTV Conservation News The Pulse of Burlington’s Wild Green HeartSpring 2020Issue No. 12 Visit Our Website A Letter from Dan & Alicia  We assigned the articles in this issue last fall before the corona virus reached our shores.  So in a way, this issue of BTV Conservation News is a time capsule from the “before” […]

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The Wild Burlington Newsletter.2.03.f | More things to do with twigs

The Wild Burlington Newsletter Issue #2.03.f | More things to do with twigs Alright, so now you’ve got some twigs adorning your counters and window sills (previous post), and you’re patiently waiting for them to start greening up (many of the ones I brought in have already burst!! but it may be 2-3 weeks for the […]

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Vermont Research Newsletter: Stories of hope and resilience

share | tweet | forward Little free libraries become food banksVermont’s food banks have experienced a sharp increase in demand in recent weeks as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. A twitter user reported last week that some Vermonters are using Little Free Libraries to help distribute non-perishable items to those in need. A note below the […]

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