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Hunger Mountain Co-op exists to create and sustain a vibrant community of healthy individuals, sustainable local food systems, and thriving cooperative commerce. We host a variety of events, including member appreciation weekends, semi-annual truckload sales, product demos, and more. Check out the calendar below for all the details.
- 04October 4, 2020https://hungermountain.coop/event/members-listening-session-on-diversity/
Hunger Mountain: Members Listening Session – Diversity
Sunday, Oct 4 at 6pm – 8pm via Zoom (link to be sent upon registration)
Session Title / Question: How can we promote racial equity at the Hunger Mountain Co-op?
The council is interested in hearing from you! Join us on 10/4 at 6pm for a facilitated two-hour session on how HMC can evolve to become racially inclusive to the entire community. During this session we’ll work in small and large groups to think about how we (the Coop Membership) fit into the larger movement for racial justice. We’ll tackle questions (and feelings) about racial inclusion, unconscious racism and how we can move towards a more racially inclusive and just Co-op community.
To prepare for this listening session, we invite you to listen to the Code Switch podcast “Why Now, White People?” https://www.npr.org/2020/06/16/878963732/why-now-white-people
This session is open to the entire HMC membership. Please be aware that there may be questions and conversations specific to ongoing racial violence and its impacts on our community. There is a limit of 20 participants so register early!
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- 05October 5, 2020https://hungermountain.coop/event/council-meeting-10-5/Hunger Mountain Co-op Community Room623 Stone Cutters Way
Co-op members are invited to join the Council’s monthly meetings. Meetings begin at 5:30 in the Co-op’s community room, or join remotely via GoToMeeting by computer at global.gotomeeting.com/join/901596453 or dial in at +1 (872) 240-3212. Access code: 901-596-453
- 14October 14, 2020
NBNC Children’s Author Virtual Visit – Bloom: The Story of the World’s First Flower by Alex McConduithttps://northbranchnaturecenter.org/event/mcconduit/
This Virtual Author Visit with Alexander McConduit will feature a reading from his new book, Bloom, and a Q&A with the audience. McConduit will also give a short talk about his career and his love for nature, travel and his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. The visit will conclude with a musical reading of McConduit’s Thorn in My Horn.
About Bloom: The Story of the World’s First Flower
Over 125 million years ago plants did something they had never done before and the world was changed forever! Bloom is the story of the world’s first flower complete with a brief description of the evolutionary history of flowering plants, educational diagrams and fun facts for flower fanatics everywhere! Bloom is appropriate for kids ages 6 and up. This book was written during the Coronavirus Pandemic of 2020. Author Alex McConduit had an idea and newfound free time so he decided to bring his idea to life!
- 21October 21, 2020https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUvc-qhpzsuGdYeD2_zmfzfhcwJULHmcgar
This is a FREE 2 hour training on Bystander Intervention — how to show up and step in when you see acts of racism in your community.
This training is a collaboration with the Vermont Human Rights Commission, the Peace and Justice Center, and Central VT SURJ. Learn about the tools needed to effectively intervene as a bystander and reflect on the specific tactics that work and what you need more of, and find where you can continuously engage in this work.
- 21October 21, 2020
NBNC Naturalist Journeys Online Presentation Series - Turning Stones: Exploring Aquatic Invertebrates with Declan McCabehttps://northbranchnaturecenter.org/event/turning-stones/
Free | Live via ZOOM:
We’ll explore the ecology and basic identification of freshwater macroinvertebrates and where to see them. The talk will cover inexpensive and home-made sampling gear, and the major groups of macroinvertebrates commonly found in Vermont’s streams, ponds, and Lake Champlain. Sampling techniques for biomonitoring and/or teaching will be covered. The talk will include information of value for parents, teachers, fly anglers, and nature study fans. This talk is sponsored in part by Vermont EPSCoR.