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Shred and E-recycling Event

Ecycle     Join us for our third annual community recycling day. We will have a shred truck and electronics recycling. The event is free, but donations will be accepted. A complete list of what we are accepting can be found here.

For more information, contact sally@sustainablewoodstock.org or 457-2911.

Saturday, April 28, 9:00am to 12:00pm, Woodstock Union High School

10th Jan 2018
A short survey developed by Sustainable Woodstock will measure sustainable practices in our community.

How Sustainable Are We?

Do you recycle? Drive an electric vehicle? Have you made home energy improvements? Would you like to learn more about these and other positive steps you can take to be...

08th Jan 2018
Sally Miller and family members attended the People's Climate March in Washington DC last May."

Choose Sustainability this Year

By Sally Miller The start of a new calendar year gives us an opportunity to look back but also to look forward. For many of us reflecting on the year...

08th Jan 2018
Bill Keeton leads a discussion about managing forests for carbon sequestration, a program sponsored by Marsh Billing Rockefeller National Historical Park and Sustainable Woodstock (photo credit: Zach Ralph)

Sustainable Woodstock Plans New Endeavors in 2018

By Ron Miller As we head into the new year, keep reading this column—and watch your mailbox—for news about Sustainable Woodstock’s newest initiatives. In 2018 we plan to work with...

The ESSEX Plan Aims to Reduce Cost of Electricity

It is pretty clear to most Vermonters that we need to deal with the build-up of carbon in our atmosphere. What is less well known is how well we are...

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