BRATTLEBORO, VT – The ninth annual Slow Living Summit will take place in Brattleboro, Vermont on Thursday, June 6 and Friday, June 7 2019.
Presented by Strolling of the Heifers and Windham Grows, the Summit’s focus is “The Future of Women in Food Entrepreneurship” and its goal is to bring together […]
MONTPELIER – Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan released the following statement for Earth Day 2019:
“Today is Earth Day and like many Vermonters I care passionately about our natural environment. I am also worried about the threats it faces. We see the effects of climate change here in Vermont with stronger storms, flooding, and increasing […]
Tuesday, April 23 From 5-7 PM Room 11 at the Statehouse in Montpelier The House Energy and Technology Committee will be holding a public hearing on House Bills 51 and 175 both of which would meet the demands of the No New Fossil Fuel Infrastructure Petition signed by nearly 1,500 Vermonters and the Town Meeting […]
DEC is teaming up with The Community College of VT to offer FREE training to develop your green workforce. Bridge the green skills gap in this industry-recognized course on environmentally-friendly practices and programs in manufacturing DEC is offering Vermont Green Business Program members a fully-subsidized course in Green Production through the Community College of […]
On Saturday, May 11th, from 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM, The Wallingford, VT Community Bike Safety Day, will host it’s 21st Annual event, at the Wallingford Elementary School. This fun, interactive and collaboratively sponsored event always has something for all ages; from free helmet fitting to an obstacle course, and from bike safety inspections to […]
April 9, 1:00 PM
From Energy Independent Vermont:
Hundreds of Vermonters are walking across the state right now to demand climate action from the Vermont legislature.
Right now they are making their way down Route 2. Will you join them in Montpelier tomorrow?
The walkers are expected to arrive at the Christ Episcopal Church on […]
Every year, Vermonters throw away 200 million pounds of food and yard debris that could have been composted instead. This unnecessary waste adds up at landfills, contributing to massive greenhouse gas emissions. At the 2019 Vermont Organics Recycling Summit on April 11 in Randolph, leaders and learners from across the […]
There’s one day left to get your tickets for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival! The festival will take place this Thursday, April 4th at 5:30 pm at the Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center (60 Lake Street) in Burlington.
Get your tickets here!
This year’s films focus on what we’re leaving to future […]
Windham Regional Commission Request for Grant Proposals Installation of Advanced Wood Heat System in Commercial Buildings Date of Release: March 22, 2019 Proposals Due: April 15, 2019 Windham Wood Heat (WWH), a Windham Regional Commission program, is seeking grant proposals from commercial establishments in Windham County seeking to convert from fossil fuel heating to advanced […]
Vermont’s professional a cappella group Counterpoint will perform in Manchester on April 25 with students from BBA and Maple Street school.
Students from Burr and Burton Academy and Maple Street School will join the professional a cappella group Counterpoint to perform the world premiere of Six Degrees on Thursday April 25, 6:00 pm, at […]