VTIPL Update – Welcome to Faith Climate Action Week!

Happy Faith Climate Action Week April 17-26 Love Made Visible Message from VTIPL Board V.P. Rev. Jane Dwinell FCAW activities and resources IPL co-hosts Washington National Cathedral Earth Day Service 4/19 The Human Element film – free access to feature film for FCAW 4/17-4/26 National Geographic Earth Day 50th Anniversary Issue & TV special 4/22 […]

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Alive in the Forest, Vermont Family Forests newsletter -Spring 2020

ALIVE IN THE FOREST — Spring 2020 IN THIS ISSUE: Stay-at-home doesn’t mean stay-indoors. Now is the perfect time to listen and observe deeply in your nearby forest, and to engage in careful forest conservation practices. In this issue, you can explore spring wildflowers on a virtual walk with herbalist Ali Zimmer, learn to make ramial mulch, […]

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Earth Month Special Event: Music and conversation on how the pandemic is reshaping our relationship with the earth

Peter Godart, MIT PhD candidate and past MIT Office of Sustainability Campus Sustainability Incubator Fund awardee is hosting an original, virtual event called “Space for Action” on April 25th at 7:00 pm. He describes the event as a collective reflection with music and conversation on how the pandemic is reshaping our relationship with the earth. This […]

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Fellowships & Events with Fair Trade Campaigns

We’re Hiring! 2020-21 Fellowship Application Now Open Our work would not be possible without the amazing team of Fair Trade Campaigns Fellows that lead our regional work around the country each year. Looking for a fun, part-time role working with passionate advocates, building leadership skills, community organizing experience and more? Consider joining our team as […]

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More “Zoom a Scientist” episodes with the Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Lake Champlain Committee We hope you’re healthy and finding ways to nurture yourself during these challenging times. We are looking forward to diving into the lake to refresh our spirits once temperatures warm and travel restrictions ease. In the meantime, we thought we’d share the expanded line up of “Zoom a Scientist” programs that our […]

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Vermont Research Newsletter: Stories of hope and resilience

share | tweet| forward Department of Health ProjectionsThe Vermont Department of Health released COVID-19 projections showing the expected rate of growth of cases. The state provides daily updates here. Which includes data on cases by age and a map on cases by county. For more details and background on COVID-19 in Vermont, see the Department of Health overview here. Workplace travel drops […]

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Your April Digest from Chittenden Solid Waste District

Dear neighbors, As I write this, I’m looking out my window at crocuses brightening the lawn in unexpected spots where the squirrels thought they might look good, Eastern Bluebirds finally sporting bright feathers, and willow buds emerging as soft and fuzzy as baby rabbits. You’d think it was just another spring in Vermont.  But as we all know all too well, this […]

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REV2020: Request for Presentations – Deadline: May 31

You are invited to submit an abstract for REV2020: the Renewable Energy Conference and Expo, being held in South Burlington, VT on October 13-14, 2020. This conference brings people together who are working to advance renewable energy, electricity, heating, and transportation solutions. Focusing on climate resilience, equitable access, and connectivity, participants always leave the conference with […]

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