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Renewable Energy Projects in Works
Randolph's "R3 Randolph Region Re-energized" initiative is part of VCRD's Climate Economy Model Communities Program designed to help communities build and implement priority actions that increase...
Checking In on Randolph Region Re-Energized
By Patricia Moulton, as seen in the Randolph Herald: https://www.ourherald.com/articles/checking-in-on-randolph-region-re-ene... How can the Randolph region grow our economy and increase...
Randolph To Talk Development Role
BY TIM CALABRO as seen in the Randolph Herald: https://www.ourherald.com/articles/randolph-to-talk-development-role/ The Randolph Selectboard is scheduled to discuss a fulltime town position to...
R3 Group Hard at Work in Randolph
BY TIM CALABRO as seen in the Randolph Herald: https://www.ourherald.com/articles/r3-group-hard-at-work-in-randolph/ Though it’s been months since the dramatic spring kickoff of the Randolph Region...
Randolph Region Re-Energized (R3) next meeting June 11 - VTC President Patricia Moulton to serve as initiative chairperson
RANDOLPH - The Randolph Region Re-Energized (R3) initiative will convene on June 11 as four task forces focused on community priorities meet to develop action plans. Joining these conversations will...
R3 Randolph Region Re-Energized Takes Shape - Next Step: Task Force Meetings June 11
The Vermont Council on Rural Development will hold an action plan building session in the Randolph Region Re-Energized process on June 11th; all community members are welcome to help line up action...
Randolph Picks Its Missions: ‘Re-Energized’ Project Inches Toward Goals
By Tim Calabro, as seen in the Randolph Herald: https://www.ourherald.com/articles/randolph-picks-its-missions/ Though the volume of people filling the RUHS cafeteria Monday night was slightly less...
R3 Randolph Region Re-Energized Community Meeting - May 7
On Monday, May 7, all members of the Randolph Region community are invited to participate in the 2nd step of the R3 Randolph Region Re-Energized process. The session will be held from 6:30 to 9:00 PM...
Randolph Gets Re-Energized: Hundreds Talk Revitalization
BY TIM CALABRO, as seen in the Randolph Herald: https://www.ourherald.com/articles/randolph-gets-re-energized/ Gary Holloway of the Vermont Housing and Community Development Department moderates a...
Randolph Wins Energy Economy Competition: A ‘Climate Economy’ Boost for Development
By Sandy Vondrasek as seen in the Randolph Herald: https://www.ourherald.com/articles/randolph-wins-energy-economy-competit... With the recent closure of several Randolph businesses— including...
Randolph Selected for the Climate Economy Model Communities Program
The Vermont Council on Rural Development (VCRD) joined with partners Efficiency Vermont and Green Mountain Power to announce that Randolph has been selected as the next community to participate in...
Irene's Silicon Lining: Has wiring Bethel changed it for good?
By Ken Picard: http://www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/irenes-silicon-lining-has-wiring-beth... The noontime rush at Cockadoodle Pizza Café in Bethel is more like a steady trickle. Two construction...
How One Library Is Building a Usable and Inclusive New Website
  Amy Grasmick, director of the Kimball Public Library, uses card-sorting to help create the navigation for the library’s new website. There is a term that developers refer to when building...
Using Digital Tools in Farm & Forest Businesses
Stepping up the use of digital tools can be a game-changer for small agricultural and forest products businesses. The integration of farm and forest mobile applications has been shown to save both...
Art + Kids + Critters + Contests = Social Media Success
When discussing social media with nonprofits, the number one question I am asked is: “How can I get more people to like my organization’s Facebook Page?” There are a few basic first steps,...
Council on the Future of Vermont Commentary and Written Submissions
The Council on the Future of Vermont received written submission from Vermonters via this website. Online Survey For over a year we collected the opinions, ideas, and challenges of Vermonters...
Creative Communities Program
A healthy Vermont economy has traditionally relied on a strong sense of heritage, individuals' ingenuity, businesses that always retain their entrepreneurial spirit, and the distinct character of our...
Council on the Future of Vermont Community Forum Notes
From 2007 to 2008 the Council on the Future of Vermont traveled around the state holding public forums and met with farmers, nurses, students, veterans, seniors, businesspeople, advocates, low income...
Randolph Creative Community Report - 2007
The Randolph Creative Community Report summarizes the public meetings and brainstorming sessions and lists resources for the following priority projects chosen through the process: Create Stronger...