Join your friends and neighbors on April 10 to discuss your vision for Randolph and enjoy a free dinner. This event launches a process to bring community members together to identify and advance priorities that improve economic opportunity and affordability in the face of climate change. Vermont leaders in economic development, agriculture, energy, and business will join as Visiting Team Members.
ALL MEMBERS of the Randolph community are invited and encouraged to join the discussion. Come to one or more session and join us at the free community dinner at 6:00!
Kick-Off schedule including forum times, topics and locations:
3:30 to 4:30 PM
Improving Transportation Options for the Randolph Region (Randolph Town Offices)
Agriculture and Food Innovation and On-Farm Energy (Chandler Ctr. For the Arts)
Education and Workforce Training (Storefront at 2 South Main St.)
4:45 to 5:45 PM
Energy Savings for Homes & Businesses Renewables, Efficiency, and Other Opportunities (Randolph Town Offices)
Lodging, Tourism, Recreation and the Arts (Chandler Ctr. For the Arts)
Growing Jobs and Entrepreneurship: Making Randolph a Climate Economy Business Hub (Storefront at 2 South Main St.)
6:00 to 7:00 – Community Dinner at Randolph Union High School
7:00 to 8:30 – Action Idea Pitches and Final Brainstorming Session (also at the High School)
R3 Randolph Region Re-Energized is a community-driven process with local leaders, the Vermont Council on Rural Development (VCRD), Green Mountain Power and Efficiency Vermont to cultivate economic development, innovation, and affordability in the face of climate change. This event is produced by VCRD, a non-profit organization supporting the locally-defined progress of Vermont’s rural communities. To learn more, visit www.vtrural.org or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-225-6393.