Tag Archives: Environment

Growing Together: VCGN news, events, & jobs

Join the Community Teaching Garden! There is still time to register for the Community Teaching Garden Courses! This growing season we are running a beginner course for new (or relatively new) gardeners who are interested in learning how to tend to an individual garden bed as well as an advanced course for individuals with more gardening experience and an interest in […]

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Job Opening at Crow’s Path (VT)

February Newsletter In this newsletter: Welcome Back! February Vacation Camps: Winter Survival (grades 5-8) Winter Thrival – Snowboard/Ski (grades 5-8) Forts & Fire Gnomes (grades K-4) Limited Space Available April Alive! Vacation Camp (grades K-5) April Alive! Apprenticeships (grades 6-8) Summer Camps – Priority Registration Closes 2/15/19 Crow’s Path is Hiring! Please Consider Making a […]

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Coding to help Lake Champlain / Water Quality web application Inbox x

Help Build A New App To Put Lake Champlain Water Information At The Fingertips of Every Burlington Citizen A free application being built by, and for, the Burlington community will let anyone get Lake Champlain water quality information quickly from a phone or other device. Your input is needed to make this app a model […]

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Branch Out Burlington! announces 2019 events

We are a group of volunteers who help plant and care for the trees of Burlington. Our goal is to promote a vision of a city graced by a variety of beautiful and healthy trees, and a citizenry actively involved with the perpetual expansion and preservation of our urban forest. Branch Out Burlington! was formed […]

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February 2019 E-News: Updates from VNRC

February 2019 E-News Catch up below with VNRC’s latest news, and learn about opportunities to help us protect Vermont’s environment and communities. We hope to see you at Vermont Conservation Voters’ Environmental Common Agenda Reception at the State House this afternoon! HIGHLIGHTS Environmental Common Agenda Reception — TODAY at 3-5pm, VCV will release its 2019 Environmental Common Agenda of legislative priorities in the […]

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Carbon pricing, cell coverage, climate change and more…

Vermont Research News: Carbon, cell coverage, climate change and more… View on VT Digger View this email in your browser Carbon pricing report A recent report by Resources for the Future for the Vermont Legislature found that Vermont will not meet its greenhouse gas emissions goals if the state continues down its current path. Instead, the report examine a combination […]

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CATMA Commuter News Winter 2019

Events, Resources & Updates New Carpool Matching Service We are excited to partner with the State of Vermont in launching the new Go! Vermont App that offers a statewide carpool matching service platform.  CATMA will discontinue its Confidential Carpool Matching Service effective 2/15/19, and we encourage our members to join the Go! Vermont carpool service. We still provide […]

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Student Sustainability Leadership Training, ON-LINE – March 2

Gain the Skills to Change the Future Saturday March 2, 9 AM-5:30 PM  The C2C Fellows Network at the Bard Center for Environmental Policy is a national program for undergraduates and recent graduates aspiring to leadership work in sustainable politics, NGO’s and business. C2C’s intensive, highly interactive, skills-based workshops include young people from across the […]

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City Market Events And Classes

We ♥ Local Food Recipe Contest It’s that time of year again! Save the date for our annual We ♥ Local Food Recipe Contest. This year, we’ve chosen Sweet Potatoes as our featured ingredient and we can’t wait to see what you come up with! These root vegetables are the perfect staple for a Vermont winter. Roast […]

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