Antioch’s Sustainable Business Project puts into practice the mission, vision and core values through its business and economic projects and initiatives.
The Caterpillar Lab (nonprofit)
Green Energy Options (for-profit)
Machina Arts (arts organization)
Maine Outdoor School (L3C educational institution)
Mill Hollow Works, LLC (for-profit)
An exciting vision for sustainable economic growth and community-scale resilience to climate change is emerging in the tri-state region of Southeastern VT, Northwestern MA, and Southwestern NH. Spurred by the closure of the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant, a local initiative called the Ecovation Hub has emerged to replace lost jobs with employment in the green economy sector. This effort has successfully engaged a diverse group of stakeholders from the for-profit, nonprofit, and public sectors. Antioch’s Sustainable Business Initiative will eventually reside within the Ecovation Hub’s Knowledge Center.
Member of Keene Arts & Culture Working Group (KACWG), a group of art enthusiasts in the Keene and greater Monadnock region, working to increase the profile of arts and culture, understanding the importance of the arts and culture to a community’s economic well-being.