Mountain Valley Climate Action Cruise In

Cruise In

CHESTER, Vt. – Mountain Valley Climate Action 350VT is having an electric vehicle Cruise In, rain or shine, Saturday, July 27, from 4-7 p.m. at the First Universalist Parish of Chester, 211 North St., Route 103 in the historic Stone … Continued

Replacing single use plastics workshop

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CAVENDISH, Vt. – It wasn’t until 1985 that single use plastic bags became routinely used in grocery stores. Very quickly, they took on other uses: totes for other objects, liners for trashcans, and a useful tool in cleaning up after … Continued

Rockingham Recycling Center requires access sticker

ROCKINGHAM, Vt. – The Rockingham Recycling Center would like to remind all users that an access sticker is required to use the facility. This includes use for recycling items, trash disposal, or using the exchange building. Access stickers can be … Continued

Free solar energy assistance available from SEVCA

WESTMINSTER, Vt. – Southeastern Vermont Community Action’s new 110 kW solar array, located at its Westminster office, is now complete, and the organization will soon be selecting approximately 50 households with low incomes and high energy burdens to receive free … Continued

Zero energy modular home on display in Bellows Falls

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  Update June 25: Vermod was founded in 2011 as a response to Hurricane Irene to manufacture the modular homes. Vermod works closely with Efficiency Vermont to design the homes and offer incentives for qualified customers who purchase them. Efficiency … Continued

Socially responsible investing

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REGION – Investing with an eye toward promoting social, political, or environmental concerns doesn’t mean you have to forgo pursuing a return on your money. Socially responsible investing may allow you to further both your own economic interests and a … Continued

Mount Holly Elementary Green Up Day

Green Up Day

MOUNT HOLLY, Vt. – The Mount Holly Parent Teacher Student Association’s Green Up Day was a huge success. On Sunday, May 5, the community showed up in droves to help spread wood chips, which were provided by a grant from … Continued

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