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Benefit Song for Vermont Recovery

If you’re looking for a way to donate and enjoy beautiful music, Vermont musicians (and transplants after Hurricane Katrina) Samirah Evans and Chris Lenois have donated the proceeds from the download of their song Strength in Numbers┬áto the Vermont Disaster … Continue reading

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Help Shore Up the Shore: South Royalton

Hurricane Flats Farm in S. Royalton, VT was completely flooded during Tropical Storm Irene. While they have recovered most of their crop land by removing sediment and sand deposits from the field, they suffered severe river bank erosion. The farmer … Continue reading

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Bethel Flood 5K: August 25th

Bethel is hosting a 5K Run/Walk on August 25th at 10 am which will kick off a day’s worth of community events. The run supports the Red Cross relief efforts that are ongoing in Vermont. More information and registration here.

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Information on Long Term Recovery Plans: Rutland Area

The Rutland County Long Term Recovery Committee (RCLTRC) was established to assist these victims with our mission to create, strengthen, expand and coordinate disaster recovery efforts as needed through out theRutlandCounty. Currently RCLTRC is gathering victim information; assessing individual and … Continue reading

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Mobile Home Park Recovery Fund

As many know, the mobile home parks were hard hit after Irene. Residents from affected parks have worked the Vermont Workers’ Center and Vermont Community Fund to create a fund especially marked for those who were living in mobile homes … Continue reading

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Show Your Vermont Strong

As we mentioned earlier in the year, limited edition “I Am Vermont Strong” license plates are available for sale as a benefit for the Vermont Foodbank and the Flood Recovery Fund. We’re rocking them on our front plates and it’s … Continue reading

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When the River Rose (Book Benefit)

One of the ways we start to heal after disaster is to share our experiences through art, stories and music. This book (and website) is a collection of stories and pictures of some of the Irene experience. Proceeds benefit ReBuild … Continue reading

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