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Nonprofit News: The Rise of Vermont Public Media

Henry Epp is used to reading his scripts alone, perched over a soundboard in a windowless studio in Vermont Public Radio's Colchester headquarters. But on a recent Thursday afternoon, the local "All T... read more

Vermont Public Media Outlets Make Their Own News through Collaboration

In the midst of this challenging economic climate, Vermont Public Radio (VPR), Vermont PBS, and, competitors at least in theory, somehow found a way to collaborate to ensure that Vermont ... read more

Foodborne illness may be on the rise. Here's why

These are the stories behind the faces on the "Honor Wall" of Stop Foodborne Illness, the national nonprofit ... frequent news of outbreaks, which are investigated by the CDC, many people might wonder ... read more

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Texas Usually Fights Austin At The Capitol; Lately, The Fight Is In The Courtroom

The organization found that only two states – Connecticut and Vermont – had not passed laws in 2017 overriding local rules across the most common topics. Alex Jones, the organization’s manager of the ... read more

How California’s public schools are grappling with growing pension costs

But just a few weeks after Steinberg announced the deal, Sacramento County Superintendent Dave Gordon delivered some bad news: the district can’t afford it. “Based on the review of the public ... CALm... read more

A handy guide to the immigrant rights activists and experts you should follow on Twitter

A film director and co-creator of Together We Rise ... news anchor has dedicated her career to sharing Latino stories. Her show Latino USA, produced with National Public Radio, is the longest running ... read more

What's the Future of Vermont Philanthropy?

They're also more focused on the measurable impact of their charitable endeavors than previous generations were, according to Montpelier philanthropic adviser Christine Zachai, and they're not married ... read more

The Trump administration is prioritizing money over endangered species

The government has opened a 60-day period of public ... told VICE News. “This seems pretty common sense.” The new regulations also specify that certain threats that result from climate change, like “m... read more

Twin Cities nonprofits receive grants to address racial bias in media coverage

The Saint Paul & Minnesota Community Foundations are investing $250,000 in media and educators to address racial stereotypes and underrepresentation of communities of color, and some religious and eth... read more

‘Betsy DeVos is the worst secretary of education ever’ — teachers union leaders come out swinging

Even as conservative groups are waging a social media campaign to persuade teachers to drop ... to create a pretext to starve and privatize public schools. The good news is that because of our work, t... read more

Lesser prairie-chicken population on the rise, but advocates say it's not enough

Association leadership touted the increase in a news ... the rise, but advocates say it's not enough" was first published at by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that info... read more

The extraordinary power of Comic-Con and pop culture

With its rise in popularity, the price to attend Comic-Con has also ... Michael in Arlington, VA As a nonprofit news organization, what matters to us is the same thing that matters to you: being a sou... read more

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