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” I would appreciate for the state to support small community childcare and education initiatives, for example, my son is at an age where I would love to have him spend time with a few of his friends in small, home-based, childcare that would give me that time that I need to do my own independent work. And I don’t have the funds to do that so currently, he’s with me all the time, which makes it hard for me not only homesteading, but also for my own business. I am a craft-person and a farmer for the Farmer’s Market. So if I had some funds that I could use to have him have childcare with friends, that would be great.” Ingrid Burrows, Marlboro Ingrid is a self-employed artisan and farmer and has a two year old son.
Vermont Parents United is organizing for: ● Quality affordable early education for all. ● The right to organize and a seat at the table for Vermont’s early educators ● Putting People First so all our needs are met including the human rights to education, healthcare, housing, healthy food and good jobs.