• Sustainability forum slated
    March 02,2013

    RANDOLPH — The fourth part of Vermont Technical College’s series on sustainability will be held on the Randolph Center campus on March 12.

    “Aligning Educational Institutions and Resources” is part of the series “GroundWork: A Series on Cultivating a Sustainable Future Through Education, Applied Research and Innovation.”

    The series is presented by the college’s Institute for Applied Agriculture and Food Systems and the Vermont Council on Rural Development.

    Participants in the final conference include Justin Johnson, deputy secretary of the Agency of Natural Resources, Doug Lantagne, dean of Extension University of Vermont, and Chuck Ross, Secretary of the Department of Agriculture and Food Systems.

    Cost for the conference is $25 and includes a lunch. The conference runs from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Judd Hall. Advanced registration can be found at www.vtc.edu/groundwork. For more information, contact Ivansteamburg@vtc.edu, or call 728-1339.

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