Green Mountain College

slow food, a club on campus, met today at 4pm in the farmhouse and made hot pepper jelly! the club will be meeting in the same place at the same time next week…hope to see you there!

art show 9.26.14

Today Stephanie Wissel rode RU Sirius on the Moses Lawn as a demonstration for the animal conservation and care major, philosophy and the equestrian club. The dressage riding demo was followed by a Q&A session. Interested in animal conservation and care? Visit this link http://tinyurl.com/o6s54sr

green mountain college students go to the peoples climate march!

green mountain college students getting ready foe the peoples climate march!

perfect day for some warm tea

perfect day for some warm tea

green mountain college students preparing for the peoples climate march!!

green mountain college students preparing for the peoples climate march!!

Enjoying the last bit of summer by eating lunch outside!
GMC Seniors: Krista, Jess, and Jessie

Enjoying the last bit of summer by eating lunch outside!

GMC Seniors: Krista, Jess, and Jessie

Maggie Ganguly-Kiefner is Junior at Green Mountain College studying Sociology and Anthropology. She is the person who brought the Animal Policy to campus and paved the way for students to have access to Emotional Support Animals. “Emotional Support Animals are companion animals that provides therapeutic benefit, such as alleviating or mitigating some symptoms of the disability, to an individual with a mental or psychiatric disability.” Click to read more!

http://theropeswing.greenmtn.edu/blog/2014/9/17/animal-policy.html

Photo by Kaitlyn Lawrence Class of 2015
Come to FARM CREW Meetings Every Monday @ 7pm in the Farmhouse
AM Chores 7am
PM Chores 6pm
All are welcome and encouraged to attend!

Photo by Kaitlyn Lawrence Class of 2015

Come to FARM CREW Meetings Every Monday @ 7pm in the Farmhouse

AM Chores 7am

PM Chores 6pm

All are welcome and encouraged to attend!

Morning on our campus farm

The GMC class of 2018!

The GMC class of 2018!

We’re talkin’ trash here—as in the amount of trash one person can generate in a year by taking a mindful approach to consumption and waste disposal. Nicole Harman ‘16 took a solemn pledge on July 1, 2013 to live a zero-waste, consumer-free year. Visit her blog “Dash the Trash” to see how she did.http://dashthetrash.com/19-2/

We’re talkin’ trash here—as in the amount of trash one person can generate in a year by taking a mindful approach to consumption and waste disposal. Nicole Harman ‘16 took a solemn pledge on July 1, 2013 to live a zero-waste, consumer-free year. Visit her blog “Dash the Trash” to see how she did.http://dashthetrash.com/19-2/

Luz Guel ‘15 has received a Student Diversity Ambassador Scholarship from the Society of American Foresters. The award will cover Luz’s visit to the SAF National Meeting in Salt Lake City in October. She’ll also participate in a year-long program designed to promote leadership skills. Kudos to Luz!

Luz Guel ‘15 has received a Student Diversity Ambassador Scholarship from the Society of American Foresters. The award will cover Luz’s visit to the SAF National Meeting in Salt Lake City in October. She’ll also participate in a year-long program designed to promote leadership skills. Kudos to Luz!

In July 250 Poultney community members, GMC faculty/staff/students met at the Solar Harvest Center for “Flavors of the Farm.” Summer farm intensive students, working with Eleanor Tison and Jason Janson ‘11, produced a wonderful evening of fresh food, good music, and community arts. Good eats, great fun.