Tag Archives: Sustainability

Vermont Community Garden Network News & Events

Welcome 2019!  As the snow piles up outside we are busy planning for an exciting new year for our Network and the 500+ shared garden spaces we support.  Here are a few things to look forward to…   Day in the Dirt – A community garden fundraising event and work day to kick off the growing season […]

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Getting Burlington to net zero energy – Building a transportation system that will take us there – Jan. 30

Burlington Ready for 100% is pleased to invite you to another Energy-transition Conversation: Building a transportation system that will take us to net zero energy In 2015, Vermonters produced 6.92 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent per capita in transportation, 15% more than in 1990. Transportation accounts for more of Vermont’s greenhouse-gas emissions than either electricity […]

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Call for Applications: Graduate Student EcoLeader Fellowship

We are excited to share that National Wildlife Federation is currently accepting applications for a special graduate student fellowship opportunity this spring. As you may recall, last year NWF launched a new online community for student environmental leaders called “EcoLeaders”. The community is designed to support, inform and recognize student leadership for wildlife and conservation. As […]

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Atrazine expert Tyrone Hayes at Middlebury College, Feb 18

2015 Scott A. Margolin ’99 Lecture in Environmental Affairs – Middlebury College   From Silent Spring to Silent Night: A Tale of Toads and Men Tyrone B. Hayes, Professor of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley   Wednesday, February 18, 7:00p McCardell Bicentennial Hall 216 Free and open to the public