Submitted by Leslie Black-Plumeau on November 23, 2016 - 10:25am
Break out your knitting needles (or get shopping) to keep children warm this winter. Drop off new children’s mittens and gloves at VHFA’s office at the corner of Saint Paul and King Streets in Burlington by Friday, December 16.
After stuffing them with holiday goodies, VHFA will deliver the gifts to the King Street Center for children and teens who participate in their programs.
In this upbeat, interactive workshop, Heather Main of Main Wellness Works will present dozens of ideas that you can use today to reduce stress, improve your energy and overall sense of well-being. Ideas presented will be philosophical, theoretical and practical, spanning everything from details about how much water you drink at work to how you approach your bucket-list of life dreams. We’ll talk about the 6-dimensions of wellness, how to get yourself out of a low or anxious mood, time management and tons more. Join us.
Even with our combination of ingenuity, determination and, resolution to lead on climate and clean energy, a real need exists for even greater innovation. Where do we go from here, as we head toward an election that may bring unprecedented change not just at home but throughout the nation?
At the Renewable Energy Vermont 2016 Conference & Expo, you'll hear from four leaders at the forefront of our energy transformation during a special plenary session entitled, 2026: Envisioning Our Energy Future.
Submitted by Leslie Black-Plumeau on October 3, 2016 - 2:19pm
Accessibility Matters is offering an online training program called “Home Sweet Accessible Home: Mitigating Liability in Accessible / Adaptable Multifamily Housing” on October 10th, 12th or 19th, 2016.
Submitted by Leslie Black-Plumeau on October 3, 2016 - 10:25am
With today marking the beginning of Week 2 of Vermont's Way to Go Challenge, VHFA staff are showing their stuff when it comes to reducing carbon pollution.
Eight-two percent of the Agency’s staff are biking, walking, running, bussing and carpooling as much as possible before the challenge ends on October 7. In addition to reducing its carbon footprint, the VHFA group has their eye on winning a Carbon Throw Down with our partners at Housing Vermont.