RESILIENT HARTFORD: A COMMUNITY RESILIENT ORGANIZATION

Meetings normally take place on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 5:00 pm.

Meeting Schedule here

MEETING AGENDAS/MINUTES

Agendas and Minutes can be found in the Agenda Center

MISSION STATEMENT

OFFICIAL MEMBERS                         LIAISONS

         
  Kye Cochran, Chair     Jon Bouton, Conservation
  Dylan Kreis, Vice Chair

 
John Reid, Planning Commission​
  Laura Simon     Vacant - Hartford Fire Department
  Marcia Gauvin     Lynn Bohi, Energy Commission
  Marsha K. Autilio    
Selectboard Liaison - Ally Tufenkjian
  Leah Mosenthal      
  Frederica Graham      
If you wish to correspond with members by mail please address to 171 Bridge Street, White River Junction, VT 05001
​To leave a message please call 802-295-3075.

Clifford Park Food Forest Project

Resilient Hartford, a town commission of volunteers committed to making Hartford a more resilient community, is working with the Hartford Parks and Recreation Department on a plan to develop a portion of Clifford Park into a food resource for neighbors of the park and Hartford residents. Two local soil/permaculture consultants, Cat Buxton and Karen Ganey have been hired to assist Resilient Hartford in developing a design for the food forest, conduct community workshops and guide a community process to make this town food resource a reality.  The project will be phased and take a few years to complete.  Community input is vital to the success of the project.  Resilient Hartford is seeking volunteers to work on the design, build soil, select plants, and plant and maintain the food forest.  We hope you will consider getting involved.  For more information on the Clifford Park Food Forest click the following link: http://foodforestcliffordpark.pbworks.com 

2019 Potato Festival

Potato Fest was on Saturday, September 14, 2019. The culmination of a summer-long potato growing contest between the five villages of Hartford, Potato Fest gathered together the participants in a day of celebration of all things potato. Resilient Hartford planned Potato Fest to engage town residents in growing their own food and to begin to think about community food-sufficiency. Check out this video produced by CATV about Potato Fest. We'll see you next year!   https://youtu.be/1pKK9ivtxsA