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George Judd with CASK of Stafford, VA explains how his company has benefited from exporting with the assistance of the International Trade program of VEDP. Cask was selected to participate as a member of the VALET program. Learn more about resources available to Virginia companies by visiting www.ExportVirginia.org
This year, the Library of Virginia and Circuit Court Clerks throughout the Commonwealth are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Virginia Circuit Courts Records Preservation Program. This program was created to address the preservation needs of some of the most important records in the state. Virginia's 120 circuit court clerks' offices are a treasure trove of state and local history and contain some of the nation's oldest and most vital legal records. However, these records are also under constant threat from natural and man-made disasters, format and technology obsolescence, which require constant monitoring and care to ensure their preservation for future generations. This sustained effort can only be achieved through continued cooperation between state and local governments. This ...
The Virginia Innovation Partnership is a statewide network designed to accelerate innovation and economic growth. One of only seven multi-institution initiatives to win federal funding as part of the U.S. Department of Commerce's i6 Challenge in 2012, VIP is bringing together universities, community colleges, corporations, investment capital and other resources to drive promising research discoveries forward. For more, visit http://www.virginia.edu/vpr/vip.
The Clinch Valley Baptist Association, Powell River Baptist Association, Wise Baptist Association, and the Virginia Baptist Mission Board are emphasizing missions projects in the Lee, Scott and Wise counties of Southwest Virginia. Tony and Jan Johnson are from Lynchburg, Virginia, and will serve as Virginia Baptist Venturers for the next two years. Tony and Jan will live in Nickelsville during the duration of this partnership and coordinate local volunteer efforts. Associations and churches in the area will request volunteers for their projects. Virginia Baptists can volunteer by contacting the onsite coordinators, who will match the projects with volunteers. Projects will include construction, social ministry, backyard Bible clubs, outreach and other types of ministry. Our vol...
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Researchers with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science are working with local watermen and the Virginia Marine Resources Commission to remove "ghost" crab pots from Chesapeake Bay. Many of the recovered pots have been derelict for several years, and continue to inadvertently trap and kill crabs and a variety of fish and wildlife. During the winter of 2009-2010, the watermen recovered more than 9,000 crab pots, along with 113 eel pots, 31 abandoned nets, and 535 pieces of other debris, including anchors, some old waders and even a plastic deck chair. Visit ccrm.vims.edu/marine_debris_removal for details.
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The next generation of the Virginia Education Wizard is evolving from the largest partnership in the history of Virginia public education. Richmond's NBC 12 broadcasted a brief story about the partnership that includes Virginias Community Colleges; the State Council for Higher Education in Virginia (SCHEV); the Virginia Department of Education; the Virginia 529 Savings Plan; and ECMC, Educational Credit Management Corporation
The Hybrid Electric Vehicle Team and Virginia Clean Cities (VCC) have partnered in Year 1 of EcoCAR 2: Plugging In to the Future. HEVT has attended many VCC events, including the Richmond Electric Vehicle Workshop and Evatran's Plugless Power Launch event. Additionally, HEVT partnered with VCC for their EcoNet sustainable networking event in April. HEVT plans to partner with VCC for its Odyssey Day 2012 event to be held on October 18 on Virginia Tech campus. HEVT looks forward to continuing this great relationship throughout the remainder of the competition.
Our main story tonight is the scathing report on the Virginia Economic Development Partnership which claims millions in taxpayer dollars doled out to companies that failed to deliver on their promises. Public colleges face budget cuts and protests breakout across the state against Trump. Show notes here: http://forvirginia.org/content/forvirginiaorg-podcast-e13-virginia-economic-development-partnership