I don’t like the title of this documentary because I am not a fan of fear porn. Unfortunately it is an appropriate title. This documentary brings together all the research from top industry professionals and political revelations from the most recent government meetings and hearings. This reveals that #5G is not only a threat to present generations as far as health and privacy concerns but also very clearly a threat to the existence of future generations, as it affects fertility. Please watch this, pass it on to others, connect with EMF Safety For VT of Facebook and bring your concerns to VT officials https://legislature.vermont.gov/people/search/2020.
Excerpt From: The Northeast Permaculture film Blog
The Northeast Permaculture Documentary Film Project is seeking to create a film that focuses on the many inspiring Permaculture designers, teachers and projects that are growing and shaping communities across the Northeast. We will be visiting urban green roofs, bike powered compost services, grey water systems, rain catchment projects, forest gardens,
and many other projects that have been designed and oriented using permaculture design strategies and philosophies. We hope to spread awareness around this grass roots movement and share the stories of those who are spreading and shaping Permaculture Design in their classes and business practices.
Starting in June I will begin a 5 month journey filming and interviewing across the northeast.
I will soon be launching a Kick-Starter to fund a Veggie Oil Conversion and RoofTop Solar Panels for my vehicle to make this project as ecologically intelligent as possible.
(Link to help fund the project)
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Spring will literally come alive at the Herricks Cove Wildlife Festival in the southern Vermont town of Rockingham.
The 12th Annual wildlife festival held May 1 at Herricks Cove in Rockingham, Vt. featuring guided bird and nature walks, workshops and music.
The daylong festival will be held at Herricks Cove on the Connecticut River. A guided bird walk is planned at 7 a.m., with other activities scheduled between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
The suggested donation is $2 per person or $5 for a family.
Also Come see this remarkable new film Mother Nature’s Child and hear Director Camilla Rockwell and author David Sobel discuss the importance of outdoor experiences for children. This documentary explores nature’s role in the health and development of children and examines children’s need to explore and play outdoors. Free screening and post-film discussionwill take place on Thursday May 12 at 7 PM in Chester, VT. The Nature Museum at Grafton For more information, please call 802-843-2111
Community Energy and Climate Action Conference
VPIRG will be hosting a full day of workshops this Saturday, December 4th at the Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, Vermont. Registration begins at 8am, then a day of festivities is kicked off at 9:15am with an opening address by Governor-Elect Peter Shumlin. debate one of the most difficult challenges of our time. Register now by clicking here
Annual Meeting for Vermont Citizens Campaign for Health
The Vermont Citizens Campaign for Health will hold its annual meeting on Tuesday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m. in the new Brew Barry Conference Room at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital on Belmont Ave. There will be a presentation on the topic of “Achieving Affordable Universal Health Care in Vermont: Progress and Ways Forward,” by two of the members of the team assembled by Dr. William Hsiao of Harvard.
VBSR Public Policy Update & Forum
On December 9, VBSR will host a Burlington policy forum at the Main Street Landing’s Black Box Theater. House Speaker Shap Smith will deliver the keynote address, and Governor-elect Peter Shumlin has also been invited.
Thursday, December 9, 2010; 3:30 – 6:30 pm
Black Box Theater, Main Street Landing
60 Lake Street, Burlington, VT
12.5 Film “View From a Grain of Sand” 2pm. A recent film by Meena Nanji. UVM,Waterman Building, Room 427. For more information call 802-862-4929.
12.8-12.9 VPIRG Phase II of Renewable Energy Policy in North America