Help green-up Westminster on May 6

Green Up Day

WESTMINSTER, Vt. – Green Up Day is coming up soon–Saturday, May 6. Please consider cleaning up a Westminster road or street, or part of one, near you. Every little bit helps to keep Westminster clean. Green Up bags are available … Continued

Green-Up Day video contest

green up day

REGION – For Green Up Day 2017, The Skinny Pancake will sponsor a video contest encouraging students 18 and younger to create an original video of what Green Up Day means to them. The winning video will receive a visit … Continued

Vermont schools lead on recycling and composting

recycling

REGION – Vermont’s K-12 schools are at the forefront of implementing the Universal Recycling law and using food education and local resources to cut down on food waste. They are successfully reducing waste, managing recyclable materials and creating food scrap … Continued

Townshend Farmers Market seeks vendors

TOWNSHEND, Vt. – The Townshend Farmers Market is looking for more vendors for the upcoming season. This is a wonderful medium-sized market which offers up, along with some great vendors, freshly baked pizza from a community built outdoor oven, a … Continued

Join the community effort for alternative energy

Mt. HOLLY, Vt. – Please join the Mount Holly, Vermont Alternative Energy Education Associates for 2017. The Mount Holly Alternative Energy Education Committee will continue supporting and promoting net zero homes through alternative energy education.   Our objectives are: ·      … Continued

SEON presents “The World of High Performance Homes”

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  BRATTLEBORO, Vt. – The Sustainable Energy Outreach Network (SEON) will host another presentation for the public on “The World of High Performance Building” on Monday, March 27 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Marlboro Graduate Center in Brattleboro. … Continued

Vermont carbon tax in limbo while neighboring states pick up the effort

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REGION – While hopes of passing a carbon tax in Vermont are dimming by the day, a development in nearby Connecticut could breathe new life into the initiative. According to a CTNewsJunkie report, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire are considering carbon taxes. “The … Continued

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