“One Town at a Time” screening at the West Monitor Barn, June 13

A screening of "One Town at a Time" on Thursday, June 13 from 7 p.m.-9 p.m. at The West Monitor Barn as part of a summer screening tour. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

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CVMC Charity Golf Classic, Friday, June 7

Registration is open for the annual CVMC Charity Golf Tournament at the Country Club of Vermont in Waterbury Center, Friday, June 7. All skill levels welcome! Register today.

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VYCC RECEIVES $3,000 GRANT FROM INTERNATIONAL PAPER FOUNDATION

The Health Care Share project has become a vital community resource to hundreds of Vermont families. One Health Care Share Member explained that “without the Health Care Share we’d be in a world of hurt.” With funding from International Paper Foundation, VYCC was able to distribute over 74,000 pounds of farm-fresh produce to families who need it most.

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Vermont’s Return on Investment in Land Conservation: A Report Release

Join us to hear the results of a ground-breaking study that shows the connection of land conservation to the Vermont economy and jobs, including: natural goods and services, recreation, fishing, hunting, farming, timber, tourism, and more

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Now Hiring Fall Young Adult Trail Crew Members

Crews work July 19 & August 23 – October 30. Make a lasting contribution to public lands in Vermont. Serving as a VYCC AmeriCorps Member is a unique opportunity to work, travel, and make a difference. Apply today!

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Meet Our Crews In Your Community!

One of the best parts of our Community Crews is that they are right in your local parks, trails, and sometimes even right downtown in your town/city! Check out our list of summer events and consider yourself invited!

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Dams, Shorelines, Culverts, and More! 

The watershed program has been hard at work in the 2018 field season! Six crews (and counting) have implemented a variety of projects across the State, aimed at improving water quality and ecosystem health. Clean water doesn’t just mean we can stay hydrated during these hot months, it means that diverse aquatic ecosystems are able to thrive, which provides benefits to the broader landscape, our economy, and the health of our Vermont communities.so we hope you will help us celebrate the great work getting done this summer.

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