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Upcoming Events

The Need to Grow: Save the Soil, Save the PLanet

Tuesday January 28, 2020 6:00-7:40pm at the Woodstock Town Hall Theater, [Google Map]

The Need to Grow offers an intimate look into the hearts of activists and innovators in the food movement- an 8 year- old girl challenges the ethics of a beloved organizations- a renegade farmer struggles to keep his land as he revolutionizes resource efficient agriculture- and an accomplished visionary inventor faces catastrophes in the midst of developing a game- changing technology.

Reserve your seat here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/88508237521

For more information contact : (802) 457-3981 info@pentanglearts.org OR visit https://www.sustainablewoodstock.org/our-programs/climate-change-film-series/

The Upper Valley Climate Change and Sustainability Film Series is made possible by generous support from underwriters, VERMONT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION  and MASCOMA BANK, and sponsors: Mark D. Knott Dentistry, The Ellaway Group and Unicorn.

   

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In VT, we Green Up the outdoors in the Spring and Button-Up our homes in the Fall. Efficiency Vermont is helping Vermonters Button-Up their homes this Fall with FREE home energy assessments and BIG financial incentives for energy efficient appliances. Homeowners can receive 50% of project costs back, up to $2,000. Income-eligible Vermonters are eligible for 50% of project costs, up to $4,000 back. These incentives are available to all Vermonters.

Contact Zach@sustainablewoodstock.org OR 802-457-2911 for more information or with questions about resources to help tighten up your home.

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08th Apr 2019
Climate Change Demands Our Immediate Attention

Climate Change Demands Our Immediate Attention

By Erica Kurash Erica Kurash is an 11th-grade student at Woodstock Union High School. As one of the organizers of the recent student climate strike, she delivered this speech on...

08th Apr 2019

Sugar Maples: Not Sweet on Climate Change

by Michael Caduto Unlike the Ents in Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings,” real trees can’t walk away from danger or fight their own battles. When climate becomes inhospitable, forests can...

08th Apr 2019
Climate Change Poses Real, Irreversible Risks

Climate Change Poses Real, Irreversible Risks

by Noah Anderson Noah Anderson, a 10th grade student at WUHS, recently delivered the following speech on the Woodstock Green as part of a student walkout to raise awareness about...

21st Mar 2019

What’s Happening at Sustainable Woodstock (Part 2): The Upper Valley Region & Beyond

by Michael Caduto and Amanda Kuhnert No town is an island. Actions taken in Woodstock are inextricably linked to events and activities in surrounding towns, throughout the Upper Valley and...

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