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Taftsville Mennonite Chapel

Green Drinks - Mennonite Sustainability Action and Wine Tasting at TCS

The Taftsville Chapel Mennonite Fellowship received a Pam DeYoung Net Zero Energy Fund grant to put solar panels on the chapel roof. The panels were installed in May 2017 and have been generating renewable energy ever since! Join us for a free wine tasting at the Tasftville Country store and a guided tour of the neighboring chapel to learn about this congregation’s story of going solar!

The event is free and open to the public.

Thursday, June 21, 5:30pm – 6:30pm, Taftsville Country Store

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...

28th Jul 2014
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Sustainability Means Conserving Nature’s Valuable Gifts

It’s a curious thing that concern for the natural environment has become associated with  “liberal” and even “left wing” politics. Environmentalism grew out of the conservation movement—an effort to conserve...

17th May 2014
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Try to Practice More Sustainable Yard and Lawn Care

With the arrival of spring, property owners are turning again to the annual task of caring for the grass, gardens, plantings and grounds on their land. Many of us take...