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FREE FILM SCREENING—More Than Honey

80% of plant species require bees to be pollinated. Without the pollinization provided by bees, many fruits and vegetables could disappear from the face of the Earth. Depending on the world region, 50% to 90% of all local bees have disappeared, and this epidemic is still spreading from beehive to beehive – all over the planet. Everywhere, the same scenario is repeated: billions of bees leave their hives, never to return. No bodies are found in the immediate surroundings, and no visible predators can be located. Scientists have found a name for the phenomenon that matches its scale, “colony collapse disorder.”

Tuesday March 26, 2019, 6:00 p.m. at the Woodstock Town Hall Theater

Join Pentangle Arts Council and Sustainable Woodstock for a monthly documentary film screening as part of our Climate Change and Sustainability series, which usually takes place on the 4th Tuesday of every month. Free admission. (Recommended donation of $10.) Donations go to support Pentangle Arts. Location: Woodstock Town Hall Theatre, 31 The Green, Woodstock, VT 05091   Click here for directions   Film Trailer   Upcoming Films in the Climate Change & Sustainability Film Series   For more information, please contact Pentangle Arts: Phone: 802-457-3981 Email: info@pentanglearts.org

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Woodstock's First Community Solar Array!

Rainbow Playschool is moving its location to the old “Purple Crayon” building near the Mt Tom sledding hill. In addition to the new location, they will also be building a 150 kWh Community Solar Array to be installed by Sundeaver. 50 kWh of the solar array’s electricity is planned to go to the “Rainbow Playschool,” which leaves 100 kWh of additional solar electricity that can be purchased by local residents. If you want to learn about the array, or if you would like to inquire about participating, please complete the inquiry form by clicking on the link below. (You can find your annual electrical usage on your electrical bill or on your GMP online account. Contact us if you need help finding these numbers)

Inquiry Form

Woodstock’s First Community Solar Array! Want to join?

Potentially 16 or more residents and families can purchase off site solar from this Rainbow community solar array. We anticipate these spots filling up quickly so if you are interested in wanting to purchase local off site solar for your household electricity please send us an inquiry ASAP.

 

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20th Feb 2018

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

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,...

20th Feb 2018

Five-Town Initiative Aims to Build Regional Resilience

By Ron Miller Although “Woodstock” is part of our name, the mission of Sustainable Woodstock since its founding has been to serve five towns within our regional school district—including also...

20th Feb 2018

A Greener Approach to Home Buying

By Sarah Brock and Bobbi Dagger Energy bills are often the second highest cost of homeownership, after mortgage, taxes, and insurance. This comes as no surprise to those of us...

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