Breaking Their Silence FREE Screening

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – CONTACT Anne Dillon, clerestory@madriver.com, (802) 498-8102 Free Film Screening Premiere of Multiple-Award-Winning Documentary: Breaking Their Silence: Women on the Frontline of the Poaching War, with a Panel Discussion to Follow BURLINGTON, VERMONT, Oct 2, 2019 – Breaking Their Silence: Women on the Frontline of the Poaching War is a multiple-award-winning documentary told through the eyes of the […]

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United Way Volunteer Connection listings – October 7th edition

United Way of Northwest Vermont’s mobile-friendly Volunteer Connection connects you to hundreds of local volunteer needs. Search by age, date, county, interests or causes that are important to you. Stay connected to community needs. Go to https://unitedwaynwvt.galaxydigital.com/. By Sue Alenick, United Way Volunteer Columnist MENTOR! MENTOR! – Watershed Mentoring is seeking mentors for school-aged children and adolescents […]

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NOFA-VT NEWS: Jobs at NOFA, Organic Food guide, Agricultural Literacy Week, and more!

NOFA Vermont E-Newsletter • OCTOBER 2019 The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont is a member-supported non-profit organization:  JOIN US!  NOFA-VT IS GROWING! NOFA-VT is hiring for a Farm to School Program Director, a Market Development Director, and a Farm Business Advisor. Join us! Check out the full job descriptions » FIND LOCAL, ORGANIC FOOD Check […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – October 2019

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News October 2019 In this newsletter: VTIPL’s Annual Conference Happening Soon – Register Now! Address Correction – Please Note VTIPL Appreciates Congregational Sponsors of Our Conference! VTIPL Seeks a Coordinator Pledge to be a Faith Climate Voter Vermont Climate Change Policy Priorities Sierra Club/Action Circles Advocacy Training George Lakey […]

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October at the Intervale Center

INTERVALE CENTER Sustaining farms, land, and people since 1988 Fall in the Intervale is arguably the most pleasant time of year. The sunny and cool days lend themselves to incredible walks on our (new and improved!) trails and offer comfortable weather for farmers and our Conservation Nursery staff to accomplish bountiful fall harvests. In fact, […]

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“Get Up, Stand Up, Stand Up for Your Rights” – Oct. 11

“Get Up, Stand Up, Stand Up for Your Rights” The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF Burlington) in partnership with UVM’s Center for Cultural Pluralism is sponsoring a free program on The Importance of Eleanor Roosevelt to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Critical Reflections on Friday, October 11th at 7 PM at Billings-Ira Allen Lecture […]

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Community Service Opportunity with Vermont Habitat for Humanity

Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity is looking for volunteers! Opportunities include: building on a Habitat construction site, picking up a volunteer shift at the Habitat ReStore (in Williston and Milton), fundraising or tabling during campus events. To learn more, visit vermonthabitat.org/volunteer-opportunities or contact Allison at 802-318-7533. Stay up-to-date on GMHfH news and happenings by following them on […]

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Halloween Bike Ride, Free Pizza, and Earn-A-Bike Program 🎃 🍕 🔧

Burlington Halloween Bike Ride Yep. It’s October. Besides the beautiful leaves and cooler riding weather, there’s something else to be excited about. Something… spooky. Spooky and spooky. The Halloween Bike Ride! This year’s ride (the 10th anniversary!) is on Sunday, October 27th. Suit up and join hundreds of fellow Burlingtonians for a Halloween party on wheels, […]

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