The Vermont Natural Resources Council is a nonprofit environmental organization founded in 1963 to protect Vermont's natural resources and environment through research, education, and advocacy.

Mission

The Vermont Natural Resources Council is a nonprofit environmental organization founded in 1963 to protect Vermont's natural resources and environment through research, education, collaboration and advocacy.

Company Overview

VNRC works from the grassroots to the Legislature to promote policies and practices that support the very foundation upon which Vermont's economy thrives - vibrant communities and healthy downtowns, clean, abundant fresh water, working farms and forests, wild, majestic places and a clean, green renewable energy future.

 

VNRC's four program areas include:

* Energy and Climate Action

* Sustainable Communities

* Forests and Biodiversity

* Water

 

To support our programs and achieve our mission, VNRC promotes strategic policy solutions, grassroots organizing and coalition building. VNRC advances our mission with the help of others who share our vision for Vermont – our members.

 

Become a member or activist of VNRC today at www.vnrc.org. Help us build consensus among business leaders, state and local officials, public interest organizations and others to foster healthy communities, grow our homegrown economy, and protect the ecologically rich landscapes that define Vermont.

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