Read our commentary on current issues and activities, from our weekly column in the Vermont Standard. Click on covered bridge photo above to see the full archive.
Jan. 28: Sustainability Film Series begins with "David Suzuki: Sustainability in Action." 7:00 Norman Williams Library. Jan. 29: Don’t Be a Trash Outlaw! A panel of recycling experts will explain Vermont’s new recycling law. Learn what the new law requires of you and your options to comply. 6:00 Norman Williams Library.
Now is a perfect time to support our work: The Canaday Family Charitable Trust will match contributions from new donors and increases in past support. Double the impact of your gift! Select and click on the farm produce photo above to read more.
Work With Us
Join our effort to build a more resilent community. We invite participation on our board, working groups, and special projects. Select and click on the forest work photo above.
Sustainable Woodstock, a not-for-profit organization founded in 2009, builds on Woodstock’s legacy as the birthplace of the modern conservation movement in its vision of a vibrant, inclusive, thriving community where we live sustainably, now and in the future. Our mission is to inspire, educate and empower everyone to live environ- mentally, economically and socially responsible lives.
East End Action Group
Our East End Action Group has built community support, raised funds, and developed plans for a waterside park in the long- neglected East End of the village. Read about recent progress on this project at http://vtwatershedblog.com/2014/12/17/woodstock-community-riverfront-park-completed/