Sold Out Benefit Raises $26K For Pete’s

Thanks to everyone who helped to make "Hug Your Farmer: A Night of Music To Benefit Pete's Greens" an epic night! We raised $26,000, all of which will go towards Pete's rebuild and recovery. If you missed out on buying a 'Hug Your Farmer' t-shirt or limited edition screen printed poster, you can buy one by clicking on the 'Buy Now' banner on LTT's home page.

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Hug Your Farmer: A Benefit for Pete’s Greens

[Update: 1/31/11 We're pleased to announce the show is sold out.] In the spirit of community that helps to make Vermont a special place, we've organized a benefit concert for our friends at Pete's Greens at Higher Ground next Thursday (Feb. 3rd), with 100% of ticket sales going to the farm's rebuild and recovery. The all-star lineup includes Page McConnell and Jon Fishman of Phish, along with some of Vermont's best local musicians. The event is presented by Love Tomorrow Today and Select Design, with additional support from Healthy Living and Gardener's Supply..



Consumer Consciousness Shaped By Times

“As you think, so shall you become.” No, that wasn’t Warren Buffett, it was Bruce Lee, but I bet the Sage of Omaha might agree. It speaks to the power of thought and perception in shaping how we…

upcycled medals of Vancouver 2010


Upcycled Medals At Vancouver 2010

Upcycling has made the Olympics! Coined by authors of Cradle To Cradle, the term refers to the practice of taking something that is disposable and transforming it into something of greater use and value. The winners…


“Human Polar Bear” To Swim Mt Everest

Concerned about global climate change? Of course. Feel like world leaders need to be more courageous in how they respond to the growing set of environmental challenges? Definitely. Time to go swim up Mount Everest! This is Lewis Gordon…



Solutions: Gund Institute/7th Gen summit on sustainability

This is one post I couldn’t wait to write- a brief summary of yesterday’s start to Burlington, Vermont’s summit on sustainability, organized by Bob Costanza of the University of Vermont’s Gund Institute for Ecological