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The fifth North American Gross National Happiness Conference is designed around four focus areas: Happiness Skills & Spirituality, The Power of Data, Community and Policy Application, and Building a Movement, providing participants with the knowledge, skills and resources necessary to join the happiness movement!


Let’s Talk Shop: Spring Nonprofit Mixers – Brattleboro
Thursday, 19 June | 4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. | Common Good VT & Latchis Theater | Brattleboro | Free

Summer is here–which means its time to get out and reconnect with your local nonprofit friends and colleagues. Common Good Vermont is excited to present Let’s Talk Shop! Nonprofit Mixers in Brattlboro on June 19th from 4:30 – 6 p.m. at the Latchis Theater– a relaxing opportunity to mingle, mix and learn about the region’s latest leadership initiatives. Bring a friend and register today!


Revised Food Syst Logo with dateRevisioning Sustainability Conference: Campuses as Catalysts for Regenerative Food Systems
June 22-25, UMass Amherst
Explore real world examples of innovative food systems sustainability programs that embody whole-systems regeneration in practice. At this premiere gathering of food sustainability and permaculture professionals, we bring together campus and community leaders from permaculture initiatives, programs such as the Real Food Challenge, sustainable procurement professionals, progressive administrators, and student advocates from campuses nationwide, in order to collectively develop new ideas, strengthen existing networks, and gain tools that will aide in the cultivation of a truly regenerative world.
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NOFA Summer Conference
August 8-10th
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA
Early bird pricing through July 11.

The Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) invites you to attend its 40th Annual Summer Conference, featuring 200 workshops on farming, gardening, land care, nutrition, & food politics; full and half day preconferences; and 100+ exhibitors. This is a family-friendly event with conferences for children and teens, a country fair, and organic meals! Budget conscious accommodations are available, including camping and dorms. This year’s keynote speaker Elaine Ingham is a soil scientist and researcher, teaching growers to foster microbial life in soils. Register now!