KSV Deepens Energy Talent Pool by 2

Jan
19

KSV Deepens Energy Talent Pool by 2

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (January 18, 2018) Contact: Tim Volk tvolk@ksvc.com 802.343.3071 New York, N.Y. and Burlington, Vt. – Ann Hoogenboom and Harrison Grubbs have joined forces with the 50 people at KSV already focused on sustainable energy marketing. Hoogenboom joins KSV as mission and brand manager for the New York- and Vermont-based advertising agency. She is […]

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Jan
19

VBSR Names New Board Members

Carrie Simmons and Sas Stewart Welcomed to Leadership Roles   Burlington, VT – Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR) announced today that Carrie Simmons of New Ground Creative in Brattleboro, and Sas Stewart of Stonecutter Spirits in Middlebury have joined the organization’s board of directors.   “We are delighted to welcome these two business leaders […]

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Jan
16

The Skinny Pancake Pledges a “Newtella” For Their Annual Oath of Action

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 1/15/18 Contact: Michael Cyr, Director of Marketing The Skinny Pancake        802-343-4148 michael@skinnypancake.com   THE SKINNY PANCAKE PLEDGES A “NEWTELLA” FOR THEIR ANNUAL OATH OF ACTION   In 2017, The Skinny Pancake introduced an annual Oath of Action initiative in collaboration with 1% For the Planet, a Burlington based environmental non-profit. The […]

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Jan
15

VBSR Welcomes Paul Frank + Collins as Newest Champion Member

Company Becomes 16th Sustaining Member of VBSR   Burlington, VT – The Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR) Board of Directors is thrilled to announce that Paul Frank + Collins has become VBSR’s newest Champion Member.   “We are very pleased to welcome Paul Frank + Collins to this special level of membership,” said VBSR […]

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Jan
12

VCGN Announces New Executive Director

The Vermont Community Garden Network is pleased to announce the hiring of Michelle Gates of Westford as the organization’s new Executive Director. Michelle joins the VCGN team with two decades of nonprofit leadership and development experience, most recently as Senior Vice President of Special Olympics Vermont. She is looking forward to applying her passion for […]

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Jan
12

Mercy Connections Executive Director To Retire

Mercy Connections, Inc. 255 South Champlain Street, Suite #8 (802) 846-7063 mercyconnections.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 10, 2018 For More Information: Marissa Strayer-Benton Director of Communications and Development mstrayerbenton@mercyconnections.org 802-846-7083   BURLINGTON, Vermont – John Bossange, Chair of the Mercy Connections Board of Directors, today announced that Dolly Fleming, the nonprofit’s Executive Director for the […]

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Jan
12

Workforce development critical to sustain local food economy

2017 Farm to Plate Annual Report shows successful implementation of Vermont’s food system plan has created need for more farm and food workers to meet food business expansion goals due to increased consumer demand Montpelier, Vt. – Representatives of the Vermont Farm to Plate Network and staff at the Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund presented the […]

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Jan
02

Vermont Law School Mourns Professor Emeritus Gil Kujovich, Civil Rights Leader and Legal Scholar

SOUTH ROYALTON, Vt., Jan. 2, 2018––With great sadness we announce the death of Gil Kujovich, Professor Emeritus of Vermont Law School. Professor Kujovich, 71, passed away after a long illness in the company of his loving wife, Joni Chenoweth, and family on Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017, in Boston, Mass. “Our hearts are heavy as we […]

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Up to $60,000 Available Through the Local Food Market Development Grant Program

The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets (VAAFM) is pleased to announce the availability of up to $60,000 of funding for Local Food Market Development (LFMD) Grants to assist eligible Vermont farmers, businesses, and value-chain facilitators to reach new markets. VAAFM works to support market opportunities with an institutional or other wholesale focus in […]

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City Market Donates Proceeds from 20th Annual Tree Sale

For the past 20 years, City Market has held a COTS Tree Sale to benefit Burlington’s Committee on Temporary Shelter. This year, City Market once again sold fresh balsams from Moffatt’s Tree Farm in Craftsbury, Vermont. The Co-op sold 660 trees from Wednesday, November 29 through Friday, December 8 and the net proceeds were donated […]

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