It’s Harvest Season on The Farm at VYCC

As the season moves into fall, harvesting veggies becomes a high priority for Corps Member who will be finishing their service soon.

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From Pownal to Newport: VYCC Crews Wow Locals!

In 2019, VYCC fielded 12 Community Crews across our Corps, employing over 75 youth!As a way to celebrate their accomplishments, each Community Crew hosted a Meet-Up at their project site where community members could meet them, see their work, and learn more. It was a great way for Corps Members to gain valuable public speaking skills and for locals to be wowed (and thank the crews).“Each VYCC Community Crew member puts in hundreds of hours of hard work in the communities they serve. Meet-ups are an opportunity to showcase their efforts while connecting with community members who will utilize VYCC-built trails, bridges, and boardwalks for years to come,” remarked Daniel Schmidt, Program Officer.”

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Healthcare shares: From farm to patient

Blood pressure? Check. Cholesterol? Check. Pasture-raised chicken?For most of us, the first two are what we expect from a visit to our primary care doctor’s office . . . but here in Vermont, on any given day, you might just find a farmer’s market outside your primary care medical home.

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Farm to Table Benefit Dinner: Saturday, August 10

Join us on August 10 for a midsummer celebration of locally-grown food and community resilience!

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VYCC’s Summer Community Crew Meet-Ups

All over the state, Corps Members will show and tell local community members about the projects they are working on. We are hosting ten of these events across July and August. Your invited, please join us!

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VYCC Statehouse Day: “I’ll be a better informed citizen!”

VYCC HQ: What did you learn during the day?Alum Marlee M: "There's a lot more citizen voice and involvement in how the government works than I had thought before!" Alum Nick P: "I learned how open and inviting the Vermont Legislature."

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Corps Networking + A Day On The Hill

What an incredible opportunity and honor to be in DC at The Corps Network Conference and see so many different Corps – all with different program models, specific types of projects, different demographics, and a variety of scales from small Corps focused in a single neighborhood within a city or to a collection of Corps serving multiple states. The common thread? A focus on providing opportunities for young people to serve in our communities, learning and working together, and leaving a lasting legacy of positive change.

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Now Hiring Fall Young Adult Richmond Farm Crew

Learn organic farming skills, harvest the bounty of a Vermont growing season, and help feed Vermonters in need supplying the Health Care Share program. On this crew you will serve as a VYCC AmeriCorps Member. It is a unique opportunity to work, live on a farm (or live locally) and make a difference.

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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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