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CHANGING THE WORLD: YOUNG PEOPLE AT WORK VYCC’s 2018 Year in Review

Welcome to our digital annual report, a year in review of VYCC's impact across Vermont! As you scroll, you will find:

  • an update from our Executive Director, Breck Knauft and Board Chair, George Russell,
  • milestones, stats, and video about our two programs (Conservation and Food & Farm),
  • powerful stories from four Corps Members,
  • thoughts from our amazing volunteers and donors,
  • a map of our 102 project sites across the state,
  • our deep gratitude for all our program partners and donors (look for your name!),
  • our staff and board of trustees rosters,
  • and our financial review of the year.

Each of these sections are just a short scroll down this page. Let's start with our mission and some all corps stats from 2018...

OUR MISSION AND VALUES

Vermont Youth Conservation Corps (VYCC) is a non-profit conservation and youth development organization that teaches young people personal responsibility through meaningful work that connects them to the land, community, and each other.

For 34 years, education has been at the core our corps. We teach young people the value of personal responsibility, service to community, leadership, a pursuit of life-long learning, excellence that comes from diverse and inclusive teamwork, the merit of hard work, and a reverence for the natural world.

In 2018, we welcomed 286 new and returning Corps Members to our growing family of 6,500+ alumni. Ranging in age from 15-28, these 239 Crew Members and 47 Crew Leaders gained valuable skills that will help them in their future careers, education, and making this world a better place!

FROM THE DIRECTOR AND BOARD CHAIR

Dear Friends,

Welcome to our new annual report, a map of all the work VYCC completed in 2018 in Vermont. As we reflect on 2018, we are asking ourselves two questions: what conditions do young people need to thrive, and how can VYCC help create the ecosystem for their success?

The VYCC experience—powerful, immersive, collaborative, and service-oriented—is critical to the health of both the physical ecosystems of our communities and the personal ecosystem of a young person. The impact of a VYCC crew on the land is often obvious. On an individual level, young people learn and grow in complex and exciting ways. They gain skills and an indelible confidence they carry forward, often realizing the impact VYCC had on them months or years after their time with us. We have highlighted four Corps Members’ stories to convey the arc and resonance of their journeys.

With this foundation, we are highly focused on making the power of the VYCC experience possible for every qualified applicant. To do this, we are enriching our own program ecosystem by adding: a longer orientation, more extensive trainings, a career readiness certificate, and alignment between VYCC learning and education institutions. This is exciting work and we can’t wait to tell you more about it on our digital outlets at VYCC.org and @theVYCC.

Warmly,

Breck Knauft, Executive Director
George Russell, Board Chair

p.s. This digital version of our annual report is available in a briefer, print-version, that folds up like a roadmap! Contact us for a copy.

OUR PROGRAMS

CONSERVATION PROGRAM

Our Conservation Program is built upon three and a half decades of improving the infrastructure and accessibility of public lands. Hundreds of 15-26 year-olds learn skills in the trades, the power of teamwork, and a deep sense of awe and appreciation for the outdoors. Our two crew models—Spike (camping and remote work) and Community (living at home and working in a local town)—are run in partnership with SerVermont, AmeriCorps, and dozens of project partners across the state.

To increase and diversify the VYCC experience for as many Vermonters as possible, we fielded an American Sign Language Crew (for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Corps Members), a Female Spike Leadership Crew, and had local youth from Brattleboro, Burlington, S. Burlington, Williston, Woodstock, and Washington County.

While we are best known for our trail work, our Water Quality Project has continued to expand the scope of what we teach and do with Conservation Crews. Let 2018's Washington County's Community Crew demonstrate how water bars are an effective tool in preserving trails.

MALLORY JAMES, CONSERVATION CREW LEADER, SUMMER AND FALL 2018

“VYCC showed me my path in doing what I can do to change the world: to develop human beings that will continue to grow and change the world for the better.

VYCC provided me the unique opportunity to support young adults into better versions of themselves as we built a beautiful trail and community together. I went into VYCC wondering whether leadership development or conservation was my true path in life. I came out of the experience knowing that my life’s work should be working with young adults, through conservation corps work. I have continued to do this work on the other side of the country serving as a Crew Leader with the Montana Conservation Corps.

VYCC sparked a love of working in the outdoors with incredible people. I will be forever grateful for that.

As a Crew Leader, I enjoyed watching my crew members grow in the work we were doing and as people. None of my crew members had ever done anything like trail work. I watched them grow from 'fish out of water' to trail workers that created the most beautiful stone steps, and trails.

I taught my crew members everything from how to swing a pick mattock to how to bench a trail correctly. I lead them through weekly educational discussions about subjects like mental health, poverty, self-exploration and career exploration.

As a crew leader, your crew members find a delicate balance of driving you insane and enriching your life to the fullest. My crew members made me laugh until I cried, inspired me, loved me, infuriated me and brightened my life as a whole.

During our WoRD experiences, we focused a lot on self-exploration mainly focusing on career development. One crew member had the epiphany that they would love to be a book editor, when they hadn't been sure of their future career at all. One Crew Member was contemplating being a teacher and another that wasn’t sure but was so inspired by our work together that she told me she would 'help me grow VYCC'. We've both since moved out to Montana doing different AmeriCorps positions but her commitment to helping me grow anything was incredible.

The greatest lesson I learned as a Crew Leader is the power of patience. Leading is the most challenging thing I've ever done and I had to have a lot of patience for myself as me and my crew members grew through our experiences. Growth is rarely easy, never in the corps world. You fail every single day but get up and try harder the next day; four months later and you've grown a whole lot.

I think one of the biggest things you learn in corps life is being adaptable. Life is unpredictable and corps life is even more so. Projects change, weather changes, things break, things happen...I learned to go with the flow, roll with the punches and do the best with what I had.

I still keep in touch with some crew members every few weeks if not weekly and they are a reminder of the wonderful time I had in Vermont. I loved working with VYCC because of the Crew Members I worked with everyday and the HQ staff that supported me in the work. While I'm not part of the Vermont community at the moment, I could see myself coming back to VYCC in the future if fate lined itself with that path.”

Mallory came to VYCC with a strong background working with young adults in a residential setting through her role as a college RA at Appalachian State, and a passion for outdoor work and conservation. She was eager to expand her skills and gain more in-depth technical experience. Mallory grew tremendously during the season, and has taken her skills to continue crew leading in the west at Montana Conservation Corps!

ROLAND GAROFALO, YOUNG ADULT CREW MEMBER, FALL 2018

“There are a couple layers to what being a Crew Member means. First, it’s a fantastic experience, which allows you to be immersed in an unfamiliar environment, both in the work and the lifestyle. Second, it’s about making a difference for us as individuals, on a team, in the communities where we are working, and on behalf of the Vermont landscape.

I loved that even on the first day with our crew, I could see the effect of my experience and the impact I was having on our project and in the community. One gains an increased awareness of your physical and mental capabilities.

VYCC is an experience I want to have and I want to share with others. This is the change I want to be making. I’m making a difference in the world by being on a crew.

Being on a crew helped me re-evaluate what I found to be important, and I have since reconsidered the direction I am going. I have studied business in college and now I’m so excited to pursue a career in conservation.

On one hand being a Crew Member and joining VYCC is very strange and different as you are getting out of your comfort zone and with people you have never met. Then at the same time, the structure of VYCC was so welcoming and I felt right at home immediately. It was the perfect set up for trying something new!

One of the greatest lessons from my two months at VYCC last year, was the understanding of my individual relationship with the environment. Very real experience with how you can make a difference. Even washing dishes taught me how I can minimize my impact now that I’m back home – how much water I use, electricity I use, bottles of this and that. Being in a camp setting, you are forced to think deeply about how we function, what impact we are making and you ultimately are more mindful of your consumption and waste.

Immersing yourself in the efficiency of camp lifestyle has been a super strong experience that impacts how I exist in my day to day life now.

In just a two month season, I returned home with a very different mindset regarding what I wanted to do in life and what change I want to make in the world. The VYCC is the prefect platform for people who want to expand themselves. If people are really ready to gain new skills, learn about themselves, learn about the environment. I wish I had done this when I was a teenager, but am so lucky I found it now!”

Roland came to VYCC after being disillusioned with the business world and wanting to find an experience that created meaningful connections with others and the outdoors. Roland described VYCC as a life changing experience, and is excited to come back as a Crew Leader for 2019!

FOOD + FARM PROGRAM

For seven years, our Food & Farm Program has centered around our award-winning and innovative Health Care Share (HCS) project. Through the HCS we distribute organic produce to food-insecure Vermonters in close partnership with their health providers around the state. Our Farm crews are led by AmeriCorps Members, who teach farming skills on our beautiful Richmond campus, as well as on Newport’s Bluffside Farm in partnership with the Vermont Land Trust.

KYLE WEATHERHOGG, FARM CREW LEADER, 2016-2018

“Every year I ask myself, am I going to go back to VYCC? And, I keep coming back. I love the connections between sustainable agriculture, public health, farming production, and education/youth development. VYCC provides me the experience to see future possibilities, whether it’s policy, education, or continuing to grow my career at VYCC.

My first year, I was focused on youth nutrition because my career goal was to be a dietitian. The next year my passions expanded to be more focused on farming and education, and now I’m in a full-time position with the program and have a role in shaping the future of the Farm at VYCC. Last year, as someone who was in their third season, I had the opportunity to really expand and enhance my leadership skills. I was able to engage and lead not only my crew, but my peers.

I really enjoyed facilitating our WoRD time where we could talk about difficult issues and have a variety of experiences and perspective be welcome. These spaces are sometimes hard to find, but we had them daily! Creating a space where everyone can feel safe to share in WoRD increased our capacity to work well on a team in the field.

My experience as a Crew Leader has directly helped me in my new role as Food and Farm Program Coordinator. As the hiring manager for the farm, my experience has taught me what makes a good Crew Leader and what we are looking for in our seasonal staff."

Kyle, a Food Systems graduate of the University of Vermont spent three summers leading youth crews in the Food and Farm program. As the Farm program’s main project, the Health Care Share, continued to evolve and expand, the Food and Farm program was able to support fourth staff position. Kyle’s commitment to VYCC over her college summers made her the ideal candidate and she is now leading the recruitment efforts for the 2019 season. Kyle’s story is a great representation of the ideal progression of a young adult to full-time entry-level staff member at VYCC. Kyle is one of eight current headquarter staff members to make the jump from seasonal field staff to full-time staff!

CIANNA BAILEY, AMERICORPS LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT CREW MEMBER, 2018, FARM YOUTH CREW MEMBER, 2016-2017

My greatest lesson I learned was that we can give the food we grow back to our communities and families that need it. I loved giving organic produce to families that can’t get it anywhere else and help them learn how to use them in their cooking.

Where I am now is putting together my own garden, providing my family with fresh organic vegetables that I grow. VYCC really helped me understand how to keep a garden looking healthy, growing, and using what I grow. My goal is to become an organic farmer and grow my own produce for my family and community. I want everyone to know where their food is coming from.”

OUR VOLUNTEERS

JULIE GORDON, FOOD & FARM VOLUNTEER, 2018

“I am at a point in my life where I am looking for purpose in my work and a community to connect with. I like the whole vision and mission of the VYCC, youth working for a good cause. If I am donating my time, I like it to be something to do with food and helping those in need.”

Bring your class or co-workers to our Farm to learn and volunteer.

The Food & Farm program benefits from hundreds of volunteers each year who respond to the VYCC mission of service to one’s community. Volunteers help us start the growing season, fill gaps between summer crew sessions, and help us with fall harvesting and vegetable processing. From individuals, to schools, to large organizations and business groups, our Farm can accommodate groups of different sizes and abilities. If you are interested in volunteering, email volunteer@vycc.org.

WHERE WERE OUR CREWS IN 2018?

This map is available as a folded road map so you can see all 102 project sites in person! Cool, right? Contact us to get your copy.

VYCC PROJECT PARTNERS

VYCC partners with national, regional, Vermont organizations, businesses, private land owners, and Vermont cities and towns through our crew work. These connections include paid contractual work, in-kind efforts, crew site locations, crew camping sites, project management collaboration, and more.

  • Adult Primary Care – Barre
  • Appalachian Trail Conservancy
  • Green Mountain Audubon Center
  • Barber Farm
  • Boy Scout Troop 631, Milton
  • Boy Scout Troop 692, Williston
  • Burlington High School
  • Catamount Trail Association
  • Central Vermont Medical Center
  • Champlain Valley Farmer Coalition
  • Champlain Valley Union High School
  • Children’s Miracle Network
  • City Market Co-op
  • City of Barre + Barre Cow Pasture
  • City of Burlington
  • City of South Burlington
  • Coastal Land Trust (NC)
  • Colchester Family Practice
  • Conservation Trust for North Carolina (NC)
  • Ellerbe Creek Preserve (NC)
  • Finger Lakes National Forest
  • Friends of Haystack Mountain
  • Goddard College
  • Green Mountain Club
  • Green Mountain Family Practice (Northfield)
  • Green Mountain National Forest
  • Green Mountain Power
  • Half Pint Farm
  • Hunger Free Vermont
  • Hunger Mountain Co-op
  • Intervale Community Farm
  • Invervale Center
  • Island Pond Health Center
  • Jericho Settlers Farm
  • Keurig Green Mountain
  • Last Resort Farm
  • Maple Wind Farm
  • Marsh Billings Rockefeller National Historical Park
  • Mecklenburg County Parks and Recreation
  • Merck Forest and Farmland Center
  • Milton Family Practice
  • Montpelier Integrative Health Center
  • Mount Mansfield Union High School
  • Mountain Health Center (Bristol)
  • National Life Group
  • National Park Service
  • North Carolina State Parks
  • NOFA-VT
  • North Country High School
  • North Country Primary Care Barton-Orleans (Barton)
  • North County Hospital (Newport)
  • Our Community Cares Camp
  • Owl Head Farm
  • Pisgah Granfather National Forest (NC)
  • Pitchfork Farm
  • Public Lands Corps
  • Putney Central School
  • Putney Mountain Association
  • Rehabilitation Therapy
  • Retreat Farm
  • Richmond Family Medicine
  • Rutland Regional Medical Center
  • Salvation Farms
  • SerVermont
  • Society for Protection of New Hampshire Forests
  • South Burlington Family Practice
  • Southwestern Vermont Medical Center
  • St. Gaudins National Historic Site
  • Tar River Land Conservancy (NC)
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Town of Bethel
  • Town of Dorset
  • Town of Milton
  • Town of Montgomery
  • Town of Williston
  • University of Vermont Medical Center
  • UVM Medical Center Family Medicine at Hinesburg
  • Vermont Community Garden Network
  • Vermont Department for the Blind and Visually Impaired
  • Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation
  • Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation
  • Vermont Department of Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Vermont Foodbank
  • Vermont Gleaning Collective
  • Vermont Land Trust (growing Newport HCS food on VLT land in Newport)
  • Vermont Technical College
  • Vermont Vegetable and Berry Growers Association
  • Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department
  • Vermont Agency of Transportation
  • Wantastiquiet-Monadnock Trail Coalition
  • Waterbury Area Trails Association
  • Waterbury Best Western
  • Waterbury Medical Center
  • White Mountain National Forest
  • Winooski Family Health
  • Winooski High School
  • Winooski Valley Park District
  • Wrightsville Beach Recreation District
  • Yates Orchard

FOOD & FARM PARTNER: North Country Hospital Primary Care Center at Barton and Island Pond Health Care Share Site

After winning the Corps Network’s project of the year award in 2018, VYCC’s Food and Farm program, the Heath Care Share, continued its evolution and expansion by partnering with North Country Hospital’s Island Pond and Barton Primary Care Centers. Combined, these health care providers supported 12 weeks of the Health Care Share, farm to provider CSA, to 41 patients.

In addition to getting a weekly allotment of organic vegetables, patients at Island Pond and Barton Primary Care Centers received food education through cooking demonstrations at pick-up sites, nutrition workshops, and a weekly newsletter with recipes and recommendations for how best to utilize the content of each share.

With the addition of Island Pond and Barton Primary Care Centers, the Health Care Share now reaches over 400 families, resulting in feeding over 1,000 food-insecure Vermonters statewide.

CONSERVATION PROGRAM PARTNER: Friends of Haystack Mountain

"All the work laying out re-routes, designing footbridges, creating materials lists etc. was also outstanding. VYCC crews were on site for 3 weeks total and as the project manager I found their communication was excellent, crew worked hard to achieve the objectives and footbridge construction was also excellent."

-Alan Calfee, Friends of Haystack Mountain

WHO GIVES TO VYCC?

Our success and financial strength are made possible by these generous individuals, businesses, and foundations. Make a gift today!

DONOR LIST KEY

  • Board Members
  • Keystone Crew Sustaining Members
  • 20-year Donors ^
  • 10-year Donors +

Supporters of $20,000 or Greater

  • Anonymous
  • Ben and Jerry's Foundation
  • The Canaday Family Charitable Trust
  • Champlain Investment Partners, LLC
  • Chilmark Foundation
  • Mitch and Kim Fleischer
  • GDS Legacy Foundation
  • The Lookout Foundation
  • George W. Mergens Foundation
  • Ronald Miller and Jacqueline Fischer
  • Lyman Orton & Janice Izzi

$5,000 - $19,999

  • Anonymous
  • Angelo Family Charitable Foundation
  • The Central Vermont Medical Center Community
  • Timothy A. Crowell and Pat Sabalis
  • Davis Conservation Foundation
  • Dorothy S. Hines Revocable Trust
  • Fanny Allen Foundation
  • Matthew Greenberg
  • Jerry Greenfield and Elizabeth Skarie
  • Hugh & Shana Griffiths
  • Laurie Grigg & Drew Lamb
  • The Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation +
  • Jamieson Insurance Agency
  • Johnson Family Foundation
  • The Kelsey Trust
  • Lintilhac Foundation
  • The J. Warren & Lois McClure Foundation
  • The Morris and Bessie Altman Foundation
  • National Life Group Foundation
  • Onda Foundation
  • The Richard E. and Deborah L. Tarrant Foundation
  • George and Judy Russell
  • The S & C Harvest Foundation
  • William Schmidt
  • Serena Foundation
  • Elizabeth Steele and Scott Hammond
  • Weiss Family Charitable Fund

$500 - $4,999

  • Anonymous (3)
  • A River Runs Through It Garden Club
  • Mary and James Adelstein
  • Anne & Richard Adler
  • David & Jennifer Adsit
  • Patricia & Bill Alley
  • Donald & Irene Ballas +
  • Melita J. Bass
  • Bob Hirsch Memorial Fund
  • John & Stacy Broughton
  • Frederick & Judith Buechner
  • Butternut Mountain Farm +
  • Alan & Jeannie Calfee
  • Judith & Winston Churchill
  • Charles Coney
  • Martha Ann Davies
  • Charles & Marna Davis
  • William Delorenzi
  • Donald & Marty Dewees
  • Pamela Duprey Perry
  • Barbara E. Fargo
  • Matthew & Lisa Fargo
  • Andrew and Julie Faville
  • James & Lyn Feinson
  • Richard First and Jenny Evans First
  • Liz & James Foster +
  • Frances Foster & Glen Findholt
  • Katey & Josh Foster
  • Marcia & Bruce Fowle
  • Judy Geer & Richard Dreissigacker ^
  • The Gerald and Virginia Hornung Family Charitable Fund
  • Reginald & Joan Gignoux
  • Prospero Gogo & Amy Lilly
  • Valerie L. Graham
  • Alexander Graham
  • Rosanne Greco
  • James & Marilyn Hand
  • Eric H. Hanson
  • Hart Foundation
  • Kimberly Hayden
  • Carl & Carlanne Herzog
  • Irene & Jeffrey Horbar +
  • Fred J. Hutchins
  • International Paper Foundation
  • James E. Robison Foundation
  • Catherine & Jed Kalkstein
  • David S. Martin
  • Benjamin & Anne Mason
  • Hapy Mayer
  • Martha D. McDaniel & Stephen Plume +
  • Linda McGinnis & Sam Carlson
  • Ginny McGrath
  • Med Associates, Inc.
  • Marion Mueller
  • James & Elizabeth Murphy
  • W. Patrick Murphy & Kathleen M. Norman
  • Paul Frank + Collins
  • People's United Community Foundation
  • The Powell Family Charitable Trust
  • Frederick Pratt
  • Dianne & James Prevo
  • Milton Russell
  • Saunders-Wise Fund
  • Mark & Suzannah Schroeder
  • Walter & Kate Scott
  • Leigh Seddon & Ann Aspell
  • Michael Snyder
  • Loren Strong and Olivia Olson Strong
  • TD Charitable Foundation
  • Sarah Tichonuk
  • Vermont Tent Company
  • Caroline Wadhams Bennett & Peter Bennett ^
  • Blake Whitman
  • The Wilbur G. Malcolm Foundation
  • John & Mary Wilson
  • Wisdom Connection

$1 - $499

  • Anonymous (14)
  • Michael & Marion Abajian
  • Thomas Absher & Erika Butler
  • Bonnie Acker & John Davis
  • Vivienne & Mark Adair
  • Mary Adams
  • Steve Aikenhead
  • Kenneth & Gail Albert
  • Susan Bliss Alden
  • John & Ann Alexander
  • Penny & Reginald Allen
  • Judd Allen & Elaine Allen-Smith
  • Charles M. Ams, III
  • Stephen Anderson & Jacquelyn Walker
  • Frederick Anderson
  • Julie Ann Otis
  • Ascutney Trails Association
  • Jason & Nina Bacon
  • Chris & Deanna Bailey
  • Dan Bailey
  • Gary L. Baker +
  • Stanley L. Baker & Susan Gresser
  • W. Spencer & Nancy Baker
  • Alec Barclay
  • Calvert Barksdale
  • Christine Barnes +
  • Carolyn & William Barnes
  • Barbara Barry & Michael Pacht
  • John & Augusta Bartlett +
  • Elizabeth Bassett & John A. Pane
  • Scott Batdorf
  • Dennis Bates & Ann Hazelrigg
  • Kevin & Alice Batson
  • Mr. Graham Bauerle
  • Peter Beakes
  • Sarah Beard
  • Helen Beattie and Brendan Buckley
  • Thomas Beck
  • Christine Beling
  • Amy & Jason Bell
  • Henry H. Benedict, III
  • Iris Berezin +
  • Kay Bergedick Doolan & James Doolan
  • Jere Berger
  • Linda Berlin
  • James & Judith Bernat ^
  • Richard and Carol Bernstein
  • Alan K. Betts & Karen James
  • Grace Billings
  • Jonathan Binhammer & Linda Garrett
  • William & Teresa Binney
  • Grace Birchmore
  • Katie Black
  • Mary Wales Blanton
  • David Blittersdorf
  • Dean Bloch & Valerie Wilkins
  • John & Marguerite Bolog
  • Theodore & Donald Boniface
  • Daniel H. Boomhower
  • Margaret Borden +
  • Janet & John Bossi
  • Naomi Bossom +
  • Michael T. Boston +
  • Gerhard & Susan Botha
  • Peggy Boucher
  • Colleen D. Bourne
  • Gregory Bove
  • Anne Bower
  • Sally Bowers & Howard Fenton
  • David & Janet Bowker +
  • Boy Scouts of America Troop 602
  • Jessie & Jeffrey Bradley
  • Darby & Lisa Bradley
  • Chris Brady & Elissa Close
  • Sarah & Michael Braun Hamilton
  • Anne Brin & Mark Billian
  • Fran & Erlon Broomhall
  • Mark & Joan Brown
  • Alice Brown & Andrew McClellan
  • Patricia & David Buck
  • Ralph & Lenore Budd
  • Jeanne Buley
  • Brian Burchell
  • John Burgess
  • Wayne F. Burke
  • Elaine Burnor
  • Peter Burrage
  • Henry Busetti & Dee Reever
  • Sally A. Bushey
  • Elizabeth Bushueff
  • Judith Butler
  • Mary E. Byrnes
  • Landa Camilli & John Brusa
  • Christina Cantwell
  • Caplan's Army Store +
  • F. Peter & Margaret Carothers
  • Jeffrey & Pamela Carter
  • Jack Carter
  • Sarah Carter
  • Peter & Deborah Carter
  • Anne Carvey
  • Paul & Sandal Cate
  • Thomas & Christina Cavin
  • Eugene & Jean Ceglowski
  • Alice & Alfred Ceppetelli
  • Kenneth & Lila Cestone
  • Kendall & Sheila Chamberlin
  • John Chard
  • Alice K. Charkes +
  • James A. Charron
  • David & Dorothy Cheever
  • Carol & Allen Cherin
  • Paul & Amy Chervin
  • William & Priscilla Chester
  • Matthew Choate
  • Lauren Chrapowitzky
  • George Clark +
  • Robert & Kathryn Clark
  • Karin Clarke
  • Christopher Clay
  • Joseph Clay & Juanita Burch-Clay
  • Emily & Tom Cleaveland
  • Geoffrey Cobden
  • Scott Cole & Josephine Reed Cole
  • Robin & Robert Coleburn
  • Anne Coleman
  • Antoinette & Anthony Colletti
  • Constance Colman & Richard Travers
  • Connie Colvin
  • John and Polly Connell
  • Victoria Conti
  • Kenneth & Donavee Copenhaver
  • Cynthia Corkins
  • Fernando & Virginia Corrada
  • Robert Costantino
  • Paul Costello
  • Paul & Nancy Cotton
  • Richard Cowart & Anne Winchester
  • Claiborne Coyle
  • William and Marjorie Crocoll
  • Donald Crofut
  • Jackie E. Cruickshanks
  • Ann Cutter-Specht
  • Amy Darley & Avram Patt
  • Amy & Michael Davidson
  • Dorothy Davies
  • Sarah Davies
  • Gerald & Karin Davis +
  • Nicholas & Elizabeth Deane
  • Michael & Suzanne Dellipriscoli
  • Gloria & Dale Deming
  • Jane Denker
  • Mark Depman & Kimberley Adams
  • Matthew Derr
  • Reed Detar & Christine Maute
  • Pearl Dewey +
  • Gary Deziel & Katrina Sargent-Deziel
  • Rolf Diamant & Nora J. Mitchell
  • John Dillon & Kimberly Hagen
  • John & Alida Dinklage
  • Patricia L. Dion +
  • Patricia Disilvio
  • Mark J. DiStefano & Bridget Asay
  • Cinda Donton
  • Jeffrey Downs
  • Ruth E. Drake
  • Susan & Gary DuCharme
  • Alison Duckworth & Douglas Bergstein
  • Sherry & John Dudley
  • Louis DuPont & Ellen Spring
  • Patricia J. Dupree
  • Rebecca Durant
  • David A. Durfee & Gertrude J. Durfee+
  • Sarah Duval
  • Tricia Dwyer
  • Eagle Eye Farm
  • James & Beckie Eakin
  • Benjamin Eastman & Vicki Brennan
  • William & Marilyn Edgerton
  • Thomas B. Ehrenberg & Jean Brewster Giddings
  • Brenda Ellis +
  • Edward S. Emery
  • Mark R. English
  • Mary W. English
  • Steven & Catherine Eustis
  • Sylvia H. Ewerts +
  • Richard & Janet Fabricius ^
  • Jonathan & Louise Fairbank
  • Hannah Fairbank
  • Elizabeth Farman
  • Stan & Marsha Faryniarz
  • Mary & Joel Fay
  • Paul Feenan & Kirsten Workman
  • Richard & Marilyn Fetzer
  • Peter S. Fishell
  • Patricia Fisher
  • Jan & Michael Fisher
  • Peter & Nancy Fisk
  • Frances Fitzgerald
  • Teena & Ric Flood
  • George & Helena Fortier
  • Carol Fournier
  • Virginia & Richard Freeman
  • Patsy & Patrick French
  • Walter & Anne Frey ^
  • Noel & Caroline Fritzinger
  • Caroline B. & Peter B. Fritzinger
  • Milton & Carolyn Frye
  • Joe & Renae Fusco
  • Tere Gade
  • Mary Gade
  • Maree Gaetani
  • Lyn & Robert Gaffney
  • Edward A. Gale +
  • Naomi & Brian Galimidi
  • Karen & James Gallott
  • Jennifer Garber & Donald Brown
  • Gardener's Supply Company
  • Maxine Garfinkel +
  • Terrence Garrison
  • Gemma Gatti

$1 - $499 continued

  • Gay & Lesbian Fund of Vermont at the direction of Nancy Schulz
  • Gilbert & Suzanne Geiger
  • Douglas Gentile
  • Janice Georgett
  • Leonard J. Gerardi & Lauren Jarvi +
  • John Gerber
  • Edward Getchell
  • Seth Gibson
  • Cameron Giezendanner
  • Steve Gillette & Cynthia Mangsen ^
  • Pamela S. Gillis
  • Glen Peck Electric, Inc.
  • Karen Gockley
  • Linda & Laurier Godard
  • Ann G. Goering & Sharon D. Hopper
  • Joel Goldberg & Barbara Burroughs
  • Kenneth & Sue Golden
  • Margaret Gayle Goodwin
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  • Vermont Youth Orchestra Association
  • Yankee Tattoo
  • Yestermorrow Design/Build School
  • Zero Gravity Brewery
  • ZQuiet

LEAVE A LEGACY: Caroline Wadhams Bennett Stewardship Circle

Make a lasting difference in the lives of young Vermonters by joining our this special group. Explore the option of making a legacy gift by reaching out to our Development Director, Naomi Galimidi, 802-434-3969. Ext. 112.

  • David & Meredith Babbott*
  • Caroline Wadhams Bennett & Peter Bennett
  • Malcolm & Sarah Chamberlain
  • Julie Draper
  • Elizabeth Edwards*
  • M.D. Emmons*
  • Tere Gade
  • Senator Robert Gannett*
  • Sylvia Hill
  • Breck Knauft & Margaret Fowle
  • Bob Spear* & Gale Lawrence
  • Airie Lindsay*
  • Judi & Robert Manchester
  • Ethan Allen Sims*
  • Cheryl Wilfong

*Deceased

TRIBUTES

A meaningful way to honor, celebrate, or remember: A personal acknowledgment is sent to the individual or family you specify. Contributions were made in honor or memory of the individuals listed in bold by donors listed in italics.

In Honor of

  • George L. Coyle III - Claiborne Coyle
  • Gina Haddock - Radetta Nemcosky
  • Matthew Fargo - Barbara E. Fargo
  • Oliver Does - Lynne Walther
  • Olivia Bernier - Rosie Harlow Segal
  • Rebecca Sherman - Jacob R. Sherman
  • Breck Knauft - David Thurlow

In Memory of

  • Carol Lewis - Charles Coney, Grace Birchmore, Sally A. Bushey, Karin Clarke, Dorothy Davies, Elizabeth Farman, Gardener's Supply Company, Glen Peck Electric, Inc., Linda & Laurier Godard, Natalie Hall, James & Donna Kendall, Susan & Edward Kiniry, Sally Lamphier, Sara & Michael Moran, Eileen R. Nikel, Mary L. O'Brien, Gail Pearson, Walter & Jean Peck, Jane & Robert Perry, Rhaeto A. Pfister, Marilyn Richardson, Joan Stoddert, Vicki Lynne Tucker
  • Craig Jr. & Claire Scribner - Craig Scribner
  • David Conard - Jessie & Jeffrey Bradley
  • Diane Gabriel - Mark Stoler
  • James P. McAlear, CCC Alumnus - Theresa Robbins
  • Jessica Sherman - Hapy Mayer
  • Timothy C. Kuehn - William & Sandra Kuehn

2018 VYCC Staff

VYCC has a deep commitment to excellence. Reflecting the mission and values of the organization, we are strongest when our team includes members with a broad range of life experiences. We also believe that pursuit of our mission is as fulfilling as it is fun! VYCC Staff as of 12/31/18:

  • Jennifer Crockett, Sustainability and Operations Food and Farm AmeriCorps VISTA (Underhill)
  • Laura DeMaria, Administrator Manager (Monkton)
  • Justin Geibel, Conservation Water Quality Project Manager (Westford)
  • Jeremy Gerber, Development Coordinator (Burlington)
  • Anna Jordan, Events and Finance Coordinator (Jericho)
  • Breck Knauft, Executive Director (Huntington)
  • Claire Londagin, Health Care Share Coordinator, AmeriCorps VISTA (Burlington)
  • Pilar Lopez-Gomez, Conservation Program Manager (Burlington)
  • Hapy Mayer, Chief Financial Officer (Fayston)
  • Hans Melhus, Conservation Program Coordinator (Monkton)
  • Llu Mulvaney-Stanak, Officer of Community Engagement (Burlington)
  • Caitlin Perrier, Program Services Administrator (Richmond)
  • Patrick Pfeifer, Conservation Director (Marshfield)
  • Jennifer Seredejko, Conservation Operations Manager (Chelsea)
  • Greg Switz, Logistics Coordinator (Waitsfield)
  • Kyle Weatherhogg, Food and Farm Program Coordinator (Burlington)
  • Bailey Whelchel, Marketing & Development AmeriCorps VISTA (Richmond)
  • Andrew Whitehead, Food and Farm Program Manager (Burlington)

VYCC hires seasonal positions each year including Field Supervisors and short and long-term Conservation and Farm Crew Leaders. Check for openings at VYCC.

2018 VYCC Board of Trustees

We are indebted to the support and time of these high-level leaders of Vermont. Meet our board as of 12/31/18:

  • Anne Adler (Stowe)
  • Ben Eastman, Secretary (Huntington)
  • Frances Foster (Charlotte)
  • Jim Feinson, Treasurer, Immediate Past Chair (Richmond)
  • Joe Fusco (Chittenden)
  • Kim Hayden (Burlington)
  • Linda McGinnis (South Burlington)
  • George Russell, Chair (Burlington)
  • Michael Snyder, Ex Officio (Stowe)
  • Scott Weaver (Springfield)

Board Advisors

  • Dr. Dan Goodyear (Huntington)
  • Ginny Lyons (Williston)
  • Richard Russell (South Hero)
  • Sue Minter (Waterbury)

VYCC 2018 FINANCIALS

2018 VYCC Revenues

  • Annual Fund: $937,264
  • Education and Training: $459,396
  • Fee for Service: $1,251,606
  • Rentals and Direct Sales: $118,077
  • Miscellaneous: $53,903
  • Total Revenue: $2,820,246

2018 VYCC Expenses

  • Conservation Crews, Vermont: $1,036,515
  • Conservation Crews, North Carolina: $221,178
  • Food and Farm Program: $666,405
  • Outreach and Development: $272,060
  • Shared Services: $414,185
  • Land and Facility: $219,333
  • Total Expense: $2,829,676

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