“Ignorance is a matter of laziness, indifference, and apathy.” — Tom Tancredo

Vermont Breakfast on the Farm
Announces 2019 Events
Winooski, VT – A free pancake breakfast, big tractors, and cute cows! Vermont Breakfast on the Farm is back for its fifth year at two new farms in the Green Mountain State. 2018 was a record year for Breakfast on the Farm, with more than 3,500 people in attendance at two on-farm events. Vermont Breakfast on the Farm is a free event, but tickets must be reserved at www.VermontBreakfastontheFarm.com. Reserve your tickets now!

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AIGA Vermont to Host Obama Administration
Creative Director and Digital Specialist
Burlington, Vermont – April 24, 2019: AIGA Vermont culminates its nine-month WTF!? speaker series with a talk by Ashleigh Axios, former Creative Director and Digital Strategist for the Obama Administration. She will offer a behind-the-scenes look into the extremely high-profile in-house design job of leading digital design at the Obama-era White House. (continue)

Groundbreaking Electric Bike Rebates
from Green Mountain Power
Green Mountain Power has developed a special rebate program aimed at improving bike mobility for its customers. At participating Vermont bike shops, customers can get a $200 rebate off an electric bike, electric cargo bike or an installed electric-assist conversion kit. In addition, GMP has teamed up with VBike, the state’s e-bike advocacy organization based in Brattleboro, (continue)

Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation
Recommends Hosting College Interns
Are you a Windham Region employer looking for assistance on a special project, or some extra support over the summer? Have you ever considered hosting a college intern? Attracting and developing new talent is critical if your organization is facing the same workforce challenges we all are – tight labor market and an aging workforce. (continue)

Vermont Innovator: Under the Radar
Vermont Innovation on Maybelle Farm
By Lesley A. Dyson

The media often celebrates entrepreneurs and innovators who have made their first million, often before the age of thirty. For every innovator who has achieved this level of success, thousands more are under the radar, living and doing what they love. Innovation, as well as success, can come in small packages. (continue)

ARAMARK CORPORATION—CASE STUDY
Connecting Campus Values to the
Bennington College Dining Hall

Bennington College did a thorough redesign of their dining program so that it reflected the values of the institution. This includes serving nourishing, delicious, creative, locally sourced food that contributes to the aesthetic experience of Bennington College.

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