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You are invited to a green Lent

The Anglican Communion Environmental Network (ACEN) through its chair, the Rt Revd Ellinah Wamukoya, Bishop of Swaziland, is inviting everyone to consider making a carbon fast for this Lent. “We are of the earth, we are dust, if the earth birthed us so let us look after her, and reduce our carbon footprint to ensure continued life.”

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Dio Vermont farms its own energy

The Diocese of Vermont Diocesan Center has a new orchard in the backyard. If you look out one of the back windows you overlook the 35 tracker- arrays of the Rock Point Solar Farm (sometimes they refer to it as a solar orchard.) The Diocese of Vermont has a beautiful, large piece of property purchased in 1855 at Rock Point in Burlington VT.

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