September 6–8, 2017


Sep
8
8:30am 8:30am

Carbon and the Soil; The Future of the Working Landscape

Hardwick Vermont and the surrounding Northeast Kingdom is home to a network of sustainable food and agriculture entrepreneurs innovating in an age of climate change. From cheese to beer, spirits, greens, and tofu, travel (and taste) through the region to see what can be done locally and nationally to regenerate soils, improve resilience, and sequester carbon while stimulating creative opportunities in the working landscape.    

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Sep
8
8:30am 8:30am

Net Zero Burlington

In 2015, Burlington Vermont became the nation’s first city to run on 100% renewable energy. Tour the city with Mayor Miro Weinberger to learn how the municipal electric department has achieved that goal and how the city plans to revolutionize its energy future.

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Sep
8
8:30am 8:30am

Green Building and Design

Vermont’s Addison County, home to rolling hills and farmland, is modeling green design at every level. Visit the state’s first net-zero affordable housing development, a net-zero municipal building in Middlebury’s downtown, Middlebury College’s sustainable design projects, and businesses that have reduced their footprint and maximized efficiency and production.

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