Vermont

Elected officials:

Legal and anti-discrimination resources:

Media, blogs, and online resources:

Organizations:

  • Conservation Law Foundation, Vermont
  • Drinking Liberally, Vermont
  • Emerge Vermont (“Changing the face of Vermont politics by identifying, training and encouraging women to run for office, get elected, and to seek higher office”)
  • Indivisible (“Demystify congressional advocacy. Support the community of local groups putting the Indivisible Guide into action.”)
  • Lake Champlain Land Trust (“Save the scenic beauty, natural communities, and recreational amenities of Lake Champlain by permanently preserving significant islands, shoreline areas, and natural communities in the Champlain Region”)
  • New England Grassroots Environment Fund (“Energize and nurture long term civic engagement in local initiatives that create and maintain healthy, just, safe and environmentally sustainable communities”)
  • Planned Parenthood Vermont Action Fund
  • Sierra Club, Vermont
  • Vermont AFL-CIO
  • Vermont Conservation Voters (“Works to elect environmentally-friendly candidates to public office, and then holds elected officials accountable for the decisions they make affecting our air, water, communities, land, and wildlife”)
  • Vermont Democratic Party
  • Vermont Land Trust (“Provide technical and legal assistance to individuals, communities, and local land trusts to help them achieve their conservation objectives”)
  • Vermont Natural Resources Council (“Protects and enhances Vermont’s natural environments, vibrant communities, productive working landscapes, rural character and unique sense of place, and prepares the state for future challenges and opportunities”)
  • Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund (“Uses early stage grant funding, technical assistance, and loans to catalyze and accelerate the development of markets for sustainably produced goods and services. Our current focus is on the intersection between renewable energy (in the form of biofuels), sustainable agriculture, and sustainable forest products.”)
  • Vermont Youth Conservation Corps (“Teaching young people personal responsibility through meaningful work that connects us to the land, community, and one another”)
  • Vermonters for a Clean Environment (“Fighting for the economic well-being of all Vermonters assuring appropriate use of our resources — our people, our land, our air and our water”)
  • VPIRG
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