Just Food Hub In the News

July 16, 2024 0 Comments

Sue and John Morris of the Just Food Hub were featured in the Times Argus recently. You may have met Sue or John at a CVRAN meeting, where they often have a table of Equal Exchange products for sale. Read the great Times Argus article here. Equal Exchange specializes in fair trade products and the …

One Of A Kind Vermont Symposium Held In June

July 11, 2024 0 Comments

On June 14, several CVRAN members attended a symposium at the Vermont Law and Graduate School in South Royalton focused on asylum seeker resettlement and assistance. Organized by the Vermont Asylum Support Network (VASN), the Vermont Asylum Assistance Project (VAAP), and the Vermont Law and Graduate School (VLGS), this first-of-its-kind event in Vermont drew in …

A Successful 2024 Mexican Mobile Consulate!

Staff helping people.
July 9, 2024 0 Comments

Thanks to the CVRAN volunteers, Christ Episcopal Church in Montpelier, and the other community participants, for making another successful visit from the Mexican Consulate possible last month. Many Mexican farm workers in Vermont are often unable to make the trip to Boston for consular services. So, the Consulate goes mobile, and arrives with their computers …

A Seedling To A Tree: A Decade of Amazing Growth

Drawing of red maple leaves, seeds, and flowers. From Asa Gray's 1880s "Forest Trees of North America."
July 8, 2024 0 Comments

July 6, 2024 Dear CVRAN Community, Big News: Strategic planning sessions lead CVRAN to look for an executive director, more strong leaders and board members, and plans to launch a fundraising campaign to help it happen! How did a little CVRAN seedling, based solely on volunteers and dedication, grow into such a robust tree? How …

One Step Closer To Education For All

Graduation cap and gown. Image: Tai's Captures on Unsplash.com
July 2, 2024 0 Comments

  Can you imagine living in Vermont for years, but not being able to get a loan or scholarship to go to UVM or one of the state colleges? Can you feel the frustration of Governor Scott because there aren’t enough workers in Vermont and not enough people coming out of local colleges or training …