Monday, March 30, 2009

Since 1996 the Cycling for a Sustainable Future Tours have covered over 17,000 miles. This year's Cycling for a Sustainable Future - 350 people-powered miles tour members, Jim Merkel, Susan Cutting, Ross Scatchard and S. Tyler Durham, are tuning up our bikes and getting ready to go.

We thank the wind at our backs generated by our sponsors and supporters: The Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club, Ibex, the Upper Valley Food Co-op, The Upper Valley Land Trust, The Mountain School, Dan Breslaw, Bear Pond Books, Bethany Church, The Buffalo Mountain Coop, Transition Town Hardwick, Sterling College, Office of Sustainability of St. Michael's College, GOT S.K.I.L.L.S.?, The University of Vermont Office of Sustainability, Vermont Earth Institute, Focus the Nation, ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, Charlotte Sustainable Living Network’s Transition Town Charlotte, Metta Earth Institute, the Middlebury College Sunday Night Group, the Keene Valley Hostel, Green Goddess Foods, Peter Seward, Gail Brill, Barbara Tam, Tri-Lake Transition Towns, the Keene Elementary School, Paul Smith’s College Office of the President, TRiO Student Support Services, Student Activities, Students for Environmental Action (SEA), St. Lawrence University, the North Country Sustainable Energy Fair, Patricia Greene, D Acres, West Coast Climate Equity, William H. Calvin, the Global Living Project and many others!


  1. The blog looks great, Susan! Keep up the good work! I wish you all the best on your tour and hope that the weather cooperates for you.

    See you when you get back!


  2. mucha fuerza, mucha alegria, mucho activismo para el cambio, desde Barcelona con amor