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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

16th Mar 2018
Zach Ralph presents at a recent Green Drinks event.

Put a Price On It?

By Zachariah Ralph Energy Independent Vermont uses the tag line “Put A Price on It” to promote their new CO2 tax, the ESSEX Plan. This line has been used in...

16th Mar 2018
Gardeners get advice from Master Gardener, Bea Cole (center) at a workshop at the Billings garden last summer.

Thinking of Summer

By Sally Miller Last week’s warm weather reminded us that summer will eventually come and that it’s time to pull out the seed catalogues and plan the garden. For those...

20th Feb 2018
Sydney Reid and Silas Bohen sort apples in front of the CTWK root cellar

Change The World Kids’ Root Cellar and Community Resilience

By Jennifer Dembinski This is the fifth winter that the Change the World Kids have been utilizing their root cellar located behind the Woodstock Elementary School. It opened in October...

20th Feb 2018
John Endicott measures a tree to determine the carbon dioxide stored in the tree.

Community-Based Effort to Lower Toxic Levels of CO2

By Dr. Lynn Peterson and Zachariah Ralph Last Saturday about 20 people attended the first of a series of eight monthly presentations and conversations on how we, in our region,...

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