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The Game Changers

Tuesday October 22, 2019 6:00-7:30pm at the Woodstock Town Hall Theater, [Google Map]

The Game Changers tells the story of James Wilks — elite special forces trainer and winner of The Ultimate Fighter — as he travels the world on a quest for the truth behind the world’s most dangerous myth: that meat is necessary for protein, strength and optimal health.

RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/75724836023

For more information, please contact Zach Ralph: Phone: 802-457-2911 Email: Zach@sustainablewoodstock.org

 

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

   

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Green Drinks- High School Students Explore Our Watershed

Thurs. Nov. 21, 2019, 5:30pm-7:00pm, At the Forest Center of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, Forest Center [Google Map]

The AP Environmental Science class has been learning about watersheds and water quality issues in the state and across the country this past semester. They have been exploring the different causes of water quality issues and their teachers have given them the assignment of communicating their learning about watersheds and water quality with the community.

Join us at the Forest Center to hear from each of the students about their project and then speak with them one on one after the presentation. Ask questions, find out what interests our youth today, and discover what our students are learning!

Please RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/75722462925

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Button-Up and Weatherization Workshop

Wednesday November 20, 2019 5:00-6:30PM The Thompson Senior Center 99 Senior Lane, Woodstock VT 05091 [ Google Map]

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.

The Sustainable Woodstock Energy and Transportation Action Group and Efficiency Vermont  for a free workshop to learn about the programs and incentives. It is FREE and open to everyone from any town in VT. Light snacks and drinks will be provided.

Efficiency Vermont is offering a limited amount of FREE home energy assessments so sign up right away to guarantee your visit. Sign-up for a visit here. https://efficiencyvermont.timetap.com/

Let us know that you can make it! RSVP by following the link. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/78447633985

Contact Zach@sustainablewoodstock.org OR 802-457-2911 for more information or with questions.

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15th Oct 2018

Your Brain on Nature

  By Laura Power Note to reader: This is Part I a two-part series on the fascinating book, “The Nature Fix,” by Florence Williams. There is a cure for one...

15th Oct 2018

We  Are A Button Up Hero Community!

By. Zachariah Ralph In many ways weatherization is like infrastructure, very important but not appealing because maintaining something old is not as attractive as building something new.  It may not...

03rd Oct 2018

A Harvest of Wild Nuts

by Michael J. Caduto Gathering wild nuts is a longstanding tradition among Western Abenaki. Historically, when garden soil became depleted and villages were moved to new ground, piles of acorns,...

03rd Oct 2018
What to do with your household hazardous waste?

What to do with your household hazardous waste?

by Amanda Kuhnert Every week we place our trash and recyclables on the curb for pickup or deposit them at the town transfer station. But what about our household hazardous...