After a year of COVID shutdowns, bankruptcies, deaths, and economic despair, how can individuals help rebuild our economy and community? By investing in their local economy, catalyzing innovation, shifting capital to the local projects, and thus making our communities more sustainable, vibrant, and resilient. Whether managing large funds or modest nest eggs, investors can make […]
Vital Communities and Upper Valley Adaptation Workgroup Invite Applicants for New Climate Change Leadership Academy
Vital Communities and the Upper Valley Adaptation Workgroup invite community members to apply for the first ever Upper Valley Climate Change Leadership Academy. The six Academy meetings between October 2019 and April 2020 will include expert presentations, […]
Agenda Includes Housing Market Update and Possibilities for Change
From Vital Communities, White River Junction, VT:
Join business leaders from across the region at the Fall Business Leaders Housing Breakfast on October 26 from 7:30 am to 9 am at the Fireside Inn in West Lebanon.
This fall’s event will explore the regional nature of […]
Join Vital Communities on Wednesday, October 11, 7:30-9:30 am for the Business Networking Breakfast for Energy Efficiency at AVA Gallery in Lebanon. Vital Communities is partnering with Lebanon Chamber of Commerce and NH Saves to host this free breakfast for New Hampshire businesses seeking to learn about incentives and financing for energy efficiency upgrades. Learn […]
An INTERACTIVE solar experience for the WHOLE FAMILY! Saturday, May 21, 2016 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Wendall A. Barwood Arena at Harford High School 45 Highland Ave, White River Junction, VT FREE and open to the public Bring the kids – they’ll LOVE the solar-powered bouncy house! Snacks and drinks available at the […]
December 1, 2014 – White River Junction, Vt. – Plainfield, N.H., resident Nancy Mogielnicki will be honored as the 2014 Volunteer of the Year this Friday night by local nonprofit Vital Communities.
“Nancy has been a phenomenal volunteer for Vital Communities not only this year but for many,” said Energy Program Manager Sarah Simonds. “As […]