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Free webinars from Campus Compact: How to enhance online education with community-based learning

Enhance Online Education with Community-Based Learning Register today for the Fusion Course and Fusion Webinar Series to find the tools, resources, and best practices you need to deliver engaging, quality learning experiences whether you’re teaching in a remote, hybrid, or in-person setting. FUSION WEBINAR SERIES offered free for all These webinars, offered with the generous support of the Davis Educational […]

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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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News & Notes from the Northern Forest Canoe Trail – including jobs & internships

2021 is just a few days old, but we’ve hit the ground running! Planning is underway for this year’s stewardship work and in the next couple of months, we’ll be sharing some new trip ideas to get your 2021 planning started early. Check out the content below to see the latest news and happenings. If […]

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CLIMATE AND SUSTAINABILITY POLICY – REMOTE CIVIC ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

There is no climate justice without racial justice.  Dear Faculty, Staff and Students, Check out the information below to help create a more sustainable future! Key decisions for economic stimulus, sustainability and the climate are occurring, particularly in the wake of COVID-19, and you can easily participate. Thank you for sharing these opportunities with your […]

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Zoom with UN officials (for real)

LIVE WEB EVENTS COMING UP: April 15 at 4:00 PM EST FEATURING: Fabrizio Hochschild, Special Adviser on the Preparations for the Commemoration of the United Nations’ 75th Anniversary, United Nations Secretariat, New York To mark its 75th anniversary in 2020, UN Secretary-General António Guterres announced that the UN will lead the largest-ever global conversation on the […]

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LCC March Ripples E-News—Spring Hope

Lake Champlain Committee Spring Ripples 2020 E-News We hope the advent of spring—with shoots pushing up through the earth, salamanders moving to vernal pools, and bird calls filling the air—soothes your spirits during these challenging times. In this issue of the Lake Champlain Committee’s Ripples E-newsletter we share some signs of the season, cool science […]

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Climate-Focused Writing Contest – Win $1000. Deadline: March 31

Climate-Focused Writing Contest – Win $1000 By Matt Henchen on Mar 09, 2020 10:57 am Create a Climate VisionSustainable Montpelier Coalition Invites you to A Competition for Creative Writers and Artists “Hard times are coming…We will be wanting the voices of writers who can see alternatives to how we live now. What if we could […]

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Transitioning to renewable energy in transportation

Looking for some ways you can make your personal transportation more sustainable? Check out our Sustainable-transportation action list at: https://cli.re/BTWGActionList  Other opportunities to take action or learn how to are listed below. Thrive, Rick Events A webinar with Senate President Pro Tempore, Tim Ashe The Game of Extremes: A Climate Resiliency Workshop LEAP (Local Energy […]

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North Country Camps – Summer Job Opportunities for Aspiring Educators

My name is Barry Needleman.  I’m the Chair of the Board of Directors of the North Country Camps Foundation.  We operate the North Country Camps (NCC) (Camp Lincoln for boys and Camp Whippoorwill for girls) in the Adirondack Mountains.  This past summer we celebrated our 100th season. We’re seeking staff members for the 2020 season who […]

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