Posts filed under Community Events

Cedric Alexander’s Moose Program Presentation—July 25, 2018

Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife’s Moose Project Leader Cedric Alexander presents at the Woodbury Community Library.

Project leader since 1991, Alexander has worked on several bird conservation projects over his career, and has been a member of the Department’s Big Game Management and State Lands teams since their inception. He shares a presentation on the history and current status of moose in Vermont, including the latest results from the department’s collared moose study.

Reading Frederick Douglass’s 4th of July Address

The Jeudevine Library and the Woodbury Library present this community reading of Frederick Douglass’s 4th of July address at the Hardwick Farmers Market on July 20, 2018. The project is part of a series of readings around the state initiated by the VT Humanities Council.

Food Sovereignty Solidarity for Puerto Rico

Nelson Alvarez Febles, Puerto Rican agroecologist, food activist and author speaks about the many ongoing efforts to promote food sovereignty, small farms, and agroecology as important strategies for recovery and resilience in the face of climate disruptions such as Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Nelson serves on the Board of Cooperative Madre Tierra, Buffalo Mountain’s Sister Coop in San Juan.

Presented by The Buffalo Mountain Co-op on June 22, 2018