Our Vision

Woodstock was the home of three generations of nationally significant conservationists--George Perkins Marsh, Frederick Billings, and Laurence Rockefeller.

Woodstock was the home of three generations of nationally significant conservationists–George Perkins Marsh, Frederick Billings, and Laurence Rockefeller.


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 environmentally, economically and socially responsible lives.

We serve the town of Woodstock, Vermont, and the surrounding communities of Pomfret, Barnard, Reading, and Bridgewater.

We have action groups, not committees! Currently, these groups are focused on energy, economic development, the East End riverside park, community gardens, and community education — plus many other initiatives.

Although we initiate many of our own programs and activities, we also collaborate with and support several other community organizations to achieve mutual goals.

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