Monthly Archives: October 2011

EPA P3 Competition offers students the opportunity to showcase sustainable designs

The Environmental Protection Agency’s P3 (People, Prosperity and Planet) Student Design Competition offers teams of students the opportunity to win up to $90,000 in grants to bring new sustainable design solutions into application.  For more information see their website.

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Food Day at Bennington College a Success!

“Food Day seeks to bring together Americans from all walks of life…to push for healthy, affordable food produced in a sustainable, humane way.” – From FoodDay.org On Sunday, the Bennington Sustainable Food Project hosted a Food Day event in order … Continue reading

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Heinberg lecture and PCC signing a success!

Last Tuesday, Bennington hosted a lecture by author and social critic Richard Heinberg.  The lecture discussed the decline of economic and social growth as it has been experienced in the United States for around the past hundred years. The talk … Continue reading

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Volunteers needed for conducting disease survey in deer and moose populations

In 2010, the Vermont Department of Health conducted a survey of the prevalence of the disease Equine Encephalitis on deer and moose populations in Vermont.  They are repeating the study, and are looking for volunteers in the Bennington area. Surveying … Continue reading

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C2C Fellows at Bard College prepare to engage in public policy

C2C stands for Campus to Congress.  300 C2C Fellows participate each year in a training that will inform them as to how to assimilate positions of power with the United States government at all of the different levels. The C2C … Continue reading

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