UVM to host lecture: The North Pole was here

Contact: Joshua Brown, 802-656-3039, [email protected] UVM to host lecture and workshops on extreme climate—and the quest for communication impact on a warming planet After more than three decades writing about human-driven climate change and wider sustainability issues, former New York Times journalist Andrew Revkin has started building an initiative at Columbia University’s Earth Institute testing ways to make […]

Legal Services Vermont and Vermont Legal Aid to hold public meetings around state as part of legal needs assessment

Contacts: Sam Abel-Palmer, Legal Services Vermont, 802-383-2213 David Koeninger, Vermont Legal Aid, 802-383-2216 Burlington, Vt. — Legal Services Vermont and Vermont Legal Aid want to meet with you. The nonprofit law firms want to know more about the civil legal problems facing low-income and vulnerable Vermonters. They are holding seven meetings around the state to […]

Attorney General Donovan joins coalition opposing rollback of cost-saving energy standards for lightbulbs

News Release — Office of the Attorney General May 9, 2019 CONTACT: Laura Murphy Assistant Attorney General (802) 828-3171 MONTPELIER, VT – Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan joined a coalition of 15 states, Washington DC, and New York City to oppose the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) proposal to overturn energy efficiency requirements for multiple […]

Burlington Electric announces manager of strategy and innovation

News Release — Burlington Electric Jan. 24, 2019 Contact: Mike Kanarick 802.735.7962 Mary Peterson to Join Burlington Electric as Manager of Strategy and Innovation Burlington, VT – Burlington Electric Department General Manager Darren Springer today announced that Mary Peterson, a private practice attorney focusing on complex tax and regulatory issues and former Commissioner of the […]

Dartmouth-Hitchcock to host opioid forum

News Release — Dartmouth-Hitchcock Sept. 7, 2018 Contact: Rick Adams (603) 653-1910 [email protected] Dartmouth-Hitchcock will Host Forum October 5 to Examine the Impact of the Opioid Crisis on Families and Children “Our Families, Our Children, Our Future” is the first in a series that will examine issues and solutions around the opioid crisis locally, regionally, […]

Required Agricultural Practices Technical Workshop opportunity offered for farmers

News Release — Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District March 9th, 2018 Contact: Holly Kreiner Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District (802) 288-8155 ext 104 [email protected] WILLISTON, VT – The Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District (WNRCD) and UVM Extension Crops, Soils and Pasture Team are excited to announce an upcoming opportunity for farmers to learn more about […]

Barnard School Board sends Alternative Governance Structure proposal to state

News Release — Barnard School Board January 15, 2017 Contact: Carin Ewing Park, Barnard School Board and Chair, Barnard Academy Alternative Structure Committee [email protected], or 802-243-6989, or Pamela Fraser, Alternative Governance Structure Committee Member [email protected] or 802-778-0247. The Barnard School Board sent its Alternative Governance Structure (AGS) proposal to the state of Vermont on December […]