With 613,971 conserved acres, Vermont is No. 8 in the nation for land protected through nonprofit land trusts.
A map released by the Agency of Natural Resources on Thursday is designed to make recycling and composting easier under Vermont’s new mandatory recycling law. The map includes the locations of a wide range of facilities that process food waste, recyclables, compost and trash. The map was created to help residents and businesses coordinate services […]
A communal campground for nudists reached a $28,750 settlement with the state over environmental violations, the Agency of Natural Resources announced Monday. Maple Glen’s 300-acre campground in Sheldon includes an in-ground heated pool, a hot tub, RV hook-up sites with a water tap, sewer access, a communal fire pit, recreational courts, a golf course and […]
The Agency of Natural Resources on Thursday approved the Southern Lake Champlain Tactical Basin water quality management plan. The plan, which covers the Poultney and Mettowee Rivers and the Lower Champlain Direct tributaries, is designed to study the current health of the southern portion of the lake and determine how to improve its water quality. […]
The Agency of Natural Resources on Wednesday released a management plan in preparation for the phase-in of the state’s Universal Recycling Law. The first requirement of the phased-in program takes effect in July. The materials management plan outlines how the state will reach its goal of banning all recyclables and organics from the landfill over […]