Apr 112016
 

We are seeking one-time and regular volunteers of all ages to help set up a community edible garden and native plantings in downtown Randolph, removing trash, installing interpretive signs, fence, and gate for the Randolph Floodplain Forest, and walking/mapping local bike trails. Volunteers will have the opportunity to learn and partake in the material and edible uses of invasive plants and transform landscapes for the better, or to help make maps of local bike trails accessible to the community.

 

If you are interested in hearing more about volunteer opportunities, sign up now!

 

Gardening, Weeding, or structural installation:

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Trail Mapping:

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Feb 282016
 

The Randolph Community Development Corporation (RACDC) is working with Efficiency Vermont and the Department of Housing and Community Development to make energy efficiency programs and services more accessible so that together we can lower the community’s energy costs.  RACDC will pair Efficiency Vermont’s energy experts with homeowners and businesses who are interested in reducing their energy use and saving money.

Opportunities include workshops and events, personalized energy consultations and business walk-throughs, and assistance to help you identify next steps and financing options, available rebates and resources, and more!

To sign up to learn more, talk to an energy professional, schedule a business walk-through, or volunteer, click here!

Feb 132012
 

School Street Apartments – from blighted & abandoned to new and occupied!

Sep 052011