Following the floods
Read VTDigger’s full coverage of historic rain and flooding in Vermont this summer and its aftermath in the weeks and months to come.
Flood donations have been scattered across at least 100 Vermont groups, enabling locals to work closely with people in need on the ground. But some say the process has also led to disparities between well-off communities and less privileged ones.
The move is intended to speed up the process of establishing a FEMA housing site in Montpelier on a plot of city-owned land.
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The temporary United States Postal Service location on River Street closed Friday, leaving Montpelier’s residents reliant on post offices elsewhere.
Vermont farmers have struggled with a federal conservation program. A new bill in Congress could help.
The Conservation Reserve Program was designed to help farmers afford conservation practices on their land, but most Vermont farmers have had difficulty using it.