Lead for Change Blog
2019 Annual Equal Exchange Summitt @ Wheaton College–June 20-22, 2019 Building together worker-owners, farmer partners and conscious consumers–“YOU” You are an integral part of this movement and your participation is needed to succeed. If you are unable to join the planning to advance the vision of building a better food system together then just contact […]
We will host a Fair Trade Table among many vendors at this outdoor event in Hanover Center. We will be selling products from Equal Exchange as well as Fair Trade artisan crafts from our sisters and brothers in El Salvador. ” Soccer in Me” fundraiser for Girls Empowerment Program in Santa Ana, El Salvador. Come […]
Visit a local artists’ gallery while tasting: organic wines from Kappy’s in Norwell, fair trade cheese and chocolate from Equal Exchange in W. Bridgewater and local craft beers from the Craft Beer Cellar in Braintree. Listen to others talk about conscious consumerism and how we can support sustainably grown agriculture and how our purchasing power […]
Now that we’ve reached the end of the 2018-19 academic year, it’s time to look back on our accomplishments. We are so happy to see how much our work has grown over the past year, thanks to our amazing Fair Trade advocates across the country! Fair Trade Campaigns is always growing. Throughout the last year, […]
The Campus Store provides textbooks, office and school supplies, Unity College logo apparel and gifts, as well as a variety of snacks. The Campus Store is also a USPS, FedEx, and UPS service center.
Sky Lodge is a historic hunting lodge and campus located in the Moose River Valley. This campus was gifted to Unity College with the intent to give students of all ages to learn from all the beautiful resources the state has to offer, while providing economic development opportunities for the region.
McKay Farm & Research Station is a direct extension of campus, providing both educational and entrepreneurial opportunities. The facility serves Unity College’s academic and research programs, hosts and contributes to community programs, and serves as a resource to area gardeners, growers, farmers and other non-profit agencies throughout the state.
In their efforts to make their hometown a fair trade town, students have been discussing ways to get teens to buy in to shopping locally. A group of special needs students, along with their teacher, worked together to create a thrift store at Emerald High School. When students involved in the fair trade campaign learned […]