From weasels to bears, Chris Bernier oversees the state’s fur-bearing animals for the Fish & Wildlife Department. He’s happy to report he’s got a new/old creature to look out, the American marten, a long-vanished species that is making a comeback — and he’s got the photos to prove it.
The Starksboro Conservation Commission held its “Wind Power Forum” to assess how the town might prepare for the potential of wind power development in the town.
While the U.S. Senate debates legislation that would ensure women receive equal pay for equal work, no state is faring better than Vermont in addressing wage gaps, according to the American Association of University Women.
In an effort to promote youth hunting in Vermont, youth hunters are encouraged to sign up for the Second Annual Governor’s Youth Turkey Hunt this spring.
Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation and Norwich University present ‘What Ails Vermont – Is There a Cure to the Drug Epidemic?’
The Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation and Norwich University present, “What Ails Vermont – Is There a Cure to the Drug Epidemic?” a special event featuring Gov. Peter Shumlin, state leaders and Norwich faculty to kick off the Foundation’s national 2014 speaker series.
Vermont is consistently ranked among the healthiest states in the nation. But Vermonters are not equally healthy, as detailed again this year in the 2014 County Health Rankings released today.
FirstLight Fiber, a facilities-based telecommunications service provider operating fiber optic networks in Upstate New York and Northern New England, announced today the expansion of its Vermont data center , located in Williston, Vermont.