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Upcoming Events

DIY Mobile Home Weatherization Workshop

Saturday, September 16, 1:00-2:30pm
Clubhouse at Tall Timbers
130 Tall Timbers Dr, Quechee, VT

Mobile homes are notoriously inefficient, leading to outrageously high energy and heating bills! Join us for a Do-It-Yourself Mobile Home Weatherization Workshop to learn techniques and strategies for making your mobile home more airtight. It just takes a little handiwork and a Vermont “can-do attitude.” Presentation by an Efficiency Vermont energy consultant. Attend and receive door prizes! For more information contact Zach Ralph.

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FREE Screening of “Chasing Coral”

Thursday, September 19, 7:00pm
Town Hall
Woodstock

Join Sustainable Woodstock for a free screening and post discussion of the new film “Chasing Coral.” The film explores the reasons why coral reefs around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate. Divers, photographers and scientists set out on an ocean adventure to discover why the reefs are disappearing and to reveal the underwater mystery to the world. This is a free event open to the public. Stick around after the film for a discussion about the film and what role our landlocked community can play in addressing this issue. Co-Sponsored by Pentangle Council of the Arts.

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01st Jan 2015
Doc speaks with homeowners at the Hartland Launch

Local Investing for a Local Economy

A sustainable community must have a viable local economy—a network of enterprises that make or sell needed goods, provide meaningful employment, and generate resources for municipal and nonprofit services. When...

13th Dec 2014
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Collaboration Aims to Promote the Common Good

In early December,  leaders of several Woodstock area nonprofits gathered to learn about a promising strategy known as “collective impact.” This is a carefully designed form of collaborative planning that...

Why Renewable Energy Makes More Sense Than Fracking

By Zachariah Ralph, Sustainable Woodstock staff member Vermont is the only state to have put a ban on horizontal hydraulic fracturing, or hydro-fracking, in the United States. The drilling and...

18th Aug 2014
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Caring for Neighbors in Need Builds Community Resilience

In our work to address the environmental and economic challenges facing us, sustainability activists embrace the principle that we’re all in this together. If we are to build a more...