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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. Kris Stepenuck Promoted to Lake Champlain Sea Grant Associate Director By Julianna White, Research Program CoordinatorOctober 27, 2020Kris Stepenuck was promoted to Associate Director of Lake Champlain Sea Grant in October in recognition of her leadership to help develop […]

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Vermont Research News – Special Election Issue!

twitter | facebook | website | instagram Mapping absentee balloting More than half of Vermonters have voted — above 240,000 votes — according to the Community News Service Vote tracker map based on data from the Office of Secretary of State. The town by town map shows Shelburne, Norwich, Calais, Plainfield with the highest vote by mail numbers and Searsburg, Panton, […]

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AASHE Bulletin: Princeton Review Releases 2021 Guide to Green Colleges + More

October 27, 2020 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs | Submit | Advertise News of the Week Princeton Review Releases 2021 Guide to Green CollegesThe Princeton Review “Guide to Green Colleges, 2021 Edition” profiles 416 colleges with a commitment to sustainability. Of the 416 institutions, 393 are in the U.S., 22 are in Canada, and one […]

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Growing Together: October Newsletter

Garden EventsGet the network involved by submitting your next event directly to our submission page. Webinars, courses, conferences and in-person events, recurring or one-time, all apply!See what’s coming up on our Statewide Garden Calendar Fund Your GardenNeed funding for your garden project? Visit our website for a regularly updated list of garden-related grants.Find upcoming grants […]

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October is Racial Justice Month!

Welcome to our October organizer update for college & university campaigners! October is especially exciting because not only is it the second month of Fair Fall, but also Fair Trade Month! This month’s Fair Fall theme is Racial Justice. With the mass mobilization of Black Lives Matter advocates over the past few months, we wanted […]

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#ClimateVoter pics at the polls. News & Updates from Citizens’ Climate Lobby

RFF webinar on future of carbon pricing; Learn about the five levers of political will Weekly Briefing, Oct. 21, 2020 CCLers do their part to make this election the year of the #ClimateVoter  With less than two weeks remaining before an election that will have a big impact on climate change policy, CCL volunteers are […]

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What happens after the election?

The election is near. Regardless of which way the election goes, there needs to be a conversation around what we want America to look like and stand for. Many events are happening (starting tonight) that address this.-Kina Thorpe, PJC Educational Program Manager Click here to for the quarterly Peace & Justice Center Newsletter In This Issue […]

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Vermont Research News – Absentee voting, poetry of research, trauma centers and more…

The Poetry of Food Systems CollaborationSolving our food system challenges requires significant  collaboration. A recent article explores the benefits and challenges of transdisciplinary collaboration through a unique medium: poetry. The author took evaluations from a recent Food Systems conference at UVM, and transcribed them into poems.  These poems were able to uniquely emphasize the most pressing challenges of […]

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AASHE Bulletin – October 13 edition

October 13, 2020 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs | Submit | Advertise News of the Week Saint Louis U Establishes Institute for Healing Justice & EquityA new institute at Saint Louis University has been established to help eliminate disparities caused by systemic oppression and to promote healing. The Institute for Healing Justice and Equity will […]

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August & September USCRI Vermont Newsletter

USCRI Vermont hosted its first cohort of 11 learners at its new Digital Literacy class at the Winooski Public Library on September 30th. With our partner Technology 4 Tomorrow, USCRI Vermont launched its new Digital Literacy Program last week – The course includes a Chromebook, internet connection, and 20 hours of online integrated English language […]

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