Brattleboro Coalition for Active Transportation and Local Motion (local and statewide bike advocacy groups) need your support to install covered bike parking at the Co-op. BCAT will purchase and install a Dero Vizor shelter unit to cover the existing bike parking. This shelter is strong enough to handle the snow load and fits with the Coop’s building design. Additionally, Southeast Vermont Career Center Building Trades Class will donate their time and expertise to install the shelter.
Brattleboro Food Co-op 2020 Shopper Survey
BRATTLEBORO, VT – Brattleboro’s Seasonal Overflow Shelter will open Monday, November 12th. After a successful first season located at the upper dormitory on the Winston Prouty campus (formerly the Austine School for the Deaf) last year, Groundworks’ staff and Board are grateful for the opportunity to return to the space.
Christmas Tree Sale and Food Drive for Groundworks Collaborative
The former Austine School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing will house Groundworks Collaborative’s winter overflow shelter. The dormitory-style building can accommodate 33 beds, has adequate living and dining spaces, and ample bathroom facilities. This is an improvement from the First Baptist Church on Main Street which could only handle 20 beds and was over capacity on 43 percent of the 167 nights the shelter was open last winter season.