The Vermont Public Service Department (PSD) is pleased to announce the release of the 2019 Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report, the sixth annual effort in the state to describe the status and characteristics of Vermont’s clean energy industry.
LAKE CHAMPLAIN REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: LCRCC introduces new destination marketing organization
The Burlington Regional Marketing Organization, a division of the Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce, is excited to introduce Hello Burlington, a new destination marketing organization (DMO) for the Burlington area.
The date is set: The Mad River Path’s 24th Annual Mad Dash is on Sunday, Oct. 13th, 2019!
The Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce is searching for a new Director of Business Development to join our team.
STATE OF VERMONT: Governor Phil Scott and the Agency of Transportation Announce Recipients of $2.2 Million in Federal Transportation Grants
Governor Phil Scott announced the recipients of nearly $2.2 million in federal funds for municipal grant projects under the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) for stormwater quality improvements across Vermont.
STATE OF VERMONT: Businesses, Organizations and Individuals Encouraged to Apply for the Governor's Award for Environmental Excellence
The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is now accepting applications for the Vermont Governor's Award for Environmental Excellence.
U.S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FOR THE DISTRICT OF VERMONT: U.S. Attorney Kicks Off Elder Fraud Prevention and Response Network Convening
U.S. Attorney Christina Nolan served as the keynote speaker for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Elder Fraud Prevention and Response Network Convening in Burlington, Vermont. Speaking last week to an audience comprised of Federal, State, Local and Private Sector stakeholders, U.S. Attorney Nolan emphasized the commitment of her office to protecting the elderly from any kind of abuse, financial or physical.
The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets (VAAFM) awards $60,000 to 13 Vermont produce growers making on-farm improvements that prevent or reduce produce safety risks.
Rutland Appliance and Parts (formerly Appliance Depot) offers new, reconditioned and scratch and dent appliances at great prices.
Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art will host a symposium on economic diversity and the built environment with a multidisciplinary group of panelists and distinguished scholars and practitioners on Friday, April 5, at 3 p.m.
A big thank you to the Brooke (Marketing & Project Director) Jerry Lindsley (President & Founder) of the Center for Research & Public Policy (CRPP) for putting together our 2019 Member Survey.
$823,000 Invested in Vermont Ag & Forestry Businesses
As reported via email on February 28th, the MRVCC Executive Director, Jasmine Bigelow is moving on at the end of May to pursue her dream.
Governor Phil Scott and the Vermont Outdoor Recreation Economic Collaborative (VOREC) today announced that the Town of Randolph and the City of Newport are the first two recipients of the VOREC Community grants to help grow their local economies by promoting outdoor recreation.
Tranforming our engergy use at the grassroots level.
New Year’s resolutions are a noble promise, but in reality, the burden of seasonal weight gain paired with inactivity can be overwhelming.