Welcoming Two New Board Members

Vermont Youth Conservation Corps is pleased to announce the addition of two new members of its Board of Trustees; Anne Adler of Stowe, and Benjamin Eastman of Huntington. “I am more convinced than ever,” said Ben, “that beyond the impressive material productivity of trail and farm crews, it is the ethical aspects of the work in terms of how “personal responsibility” is also a social resource that is not only valuable but simply vital.”

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VYCC Receives Grant from McClure Foundation

It is an honor and a privilege to be working with the J. Warren & Lois McClure Foundation to enhance our programs' workforce development outcomes.

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Pharm to Table: VYCC’s Farm Program Featured in Vermont Life Magazine

Vermont Life Magazine’s summer 2017 issue features the work of VYCC crews on the Health Care Share. This innovative food-security project is entering its fifth season with expansion sites in Rutland and, new this year, Newport.

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RJ’s Run: New Long Trail Speed Record, New VYCC Fundraiser

The Long Trail spans 273 miles along the spine of Vermont’s Green Mountains. It is the oldest long-distance hiking trail in the United States. While most hikers take 3-4 weeks to complete the trail, the current unsupported speed record is 6 days, 17 hours, 25 minutes. “Unsupported” means the athlete carries everything they use from start to finish - no supply drops.

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Adapting to New Habitat: A Crew’s First Month in the Field

Maddie Shropshire is a 23-year-old college graduate from Quechee. She loves Vermont and “wandering down random dirt roads.” Yet, Maddie had never spent much time in other areas of the state, even nearby Rochester. Until now.

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