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Springtime is the land awakening
As we celebrate the arrival of the planting season and prepare for the work ahead, we also mark a season of growth with exciting Land For Good staff transitions.
While two valued members of our team have moved on - Andrew Marshall, our first Education & Field Director, and Rachel Murray, our Connecticut Field Agent - we are excited to welcome new faces to our team! Our new Maine Field Agent, Abby Sadauckas, is a farmer, service provider,…

Last year, the agency had to turn away 319 women and children, but they said this new facility will make all the difference.

MCVP celebrates 40 years with a fundraising gala!
CREATIVE FLAIR COMPLIMENTS OF MACHINA ARTS
FABULOUS FOOD FROM CC&D’S KITCHEN
ADAM ARNONE WILL BE EMCEE EXTRAORDINAIRE
TASTY TUNES BY DJ WOODCHIP
We are ready to celebrate ~ are you?
Purchase your tickets ($50 plus processing) here
or email director@MCVPrevention.org or call 352-3844 X 207

Daily Lift podcasts are short takes on inspiring ideas to enrich your day and share with friends.

Recently a chorus of women around the world lifted their voices on social media to raise public awareness of sexual harassment and assault. Under the hashtag #MeToo, millions have posted their stories of being mistreated because of their sex. Shining a light on this dark corn...

First developed in the 1990s, the 10 questions of the Adverse Childhood Experiences test are designed to take a rough measure of a difficult childhood. Finding out your score is easy. Now what?

Daily Lift podcasts are short takes on inspiring ideas to enrich your day and share with friends.

A rebellious group of about 15 farmers and scientists from around the country are creating the standards for an additional organic certification program that would indicate that a plant had been grown in soil.

In a tragic role reversal, Michael Mone, an esteemed plaintiff's medical malpractice attorney based out of Boston, is a victim of medical malpractice. Despite his experience in negligent medical care, Mone now finds himself with kidney cancer that is inoperable and terminal. A recent article in the Boston Globe reported that Mone underwent a precautionary MRI scan at a teaching hospital in Boston in 2009 and…

Farm to Institution New England
Posted March 21, 2018
FINE is Hiring Two Summer Interns & One Year-Long Fellow
Do you have a strong interest in food systems, sustainable agriculture, sustainability, environmental management, or public policy? Are you interested in working with a team of food systems professionals who are dedicated to contributing to a resilient food system? We are currently hiring for three temporary positions…

Explore Morocco's Essaouira Fish Market with AFAR Ambassador Tanveer Badal.

Spirit Store window will be open from 3:30-4 every day this week.

Studies that have identified a connection between electronic health record (EHR) errors and medical malpractice claims divide the problems with EHR into two categories: system-related and user-related errors. Flaws in the design of the EHR software are the major source of the system-related errors. For instance, many EHR templates lack sufficient space for documentation, precluding healthcare professionals from taking detailed notes during patient visits. Confusing displays…

Trinity Christian School’s Fine Arts Department is proud to present Hairspray Jr. There are three showtimes for your convenience. February 1st @ 7pm February 2nd @ 2pm February 3rd @ 11 am You can’t stop the beat in this big, bold adaptation of the Tony Award-winning musical about one girl’s inspiring dream to dance and …

The University of Vermont Medical Center serves all of Vermont and the northern New York region. Located in Burlington, The UVM Medical Center is a regional, academic healthcare center and teaching hospital in alliance with the University of Vermont.
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This year, at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2017 in Orlando, the organization’s leadership announced that two Vermont architects—David Sellers and William Maclay—had been among those elevated to its prestigious College of Fellows. To date, only four other Vermont architects have achieved the status of FAIA