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R3 Randolph Region Re-Energized to kick-off on April 10 with forums and a community meal

RANDOLPH - Vermont Council on Rural Development will launch the Climate Economy Model Communities Program in Randolph with a Kick-Off on April 10. The program, named R3 - RANDOLPH REGION RE-ENERGIZED by a local planning team, will begin with a series of forums and a free community dinner that afternoon and evening. Full details of the schedule are below.

Lyndon News February 2018 - Should Lyndon have a Rec Dept? Is better Internet coming? Co-working and Moon Glow Walks!

In February 2017, the Vermont Council on Rural Development conducted a series of community meetings out of which four community task force groups were formed to help shape the future of Lyndonville. The groups have met throughout the year and continue developing the ideas and goals. This community newsletter share updates from the four groups as of March 2018.

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It’s sugaring season & sap’s running!

Lyndonville: Downtown Revitalization Groups Hoping For USDA Grant - Town Asked to Be Fiscal Agent for $100K Grant for Wifi, More

By Amy Ash Nixon as seen in the Caledonian Record: http://www.caledonianrecord.com/news/local/lyndonville-downtown-revitali...

LYNDONVILLE — The Economic Development task force that came out of last year’s Lyndon Community Visit with the Vermont Council on Rural Development is seeking a $100,000 USDA technology-focused grant to help add technology access, as well as technical assistance for village businesses.

Pittsford cuts Village Farm proposals to 3

By Susan Smallheer, as seen in the Rutland Herald: https://www.rutlandherald.com/articles/pittsford-cuts-village-farm-propo...

PITTSFORD — A community center and gathering place, community gardens and agricultural hub, and a commercial and retail location were chosen Thursday night by residents as their top priorities for the Village Farm, a former dairy farm that its new owners have offered to the community.

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