Craftsbury

Pond rule change could favor lawyer’s power boat over rowers

“We’re in constant conflict with them,” Sarah George, a state’s attorney, said of the Craftsbury Outdoor Center rowers and scullers she hopes to restrict on a pond she uses.

Locals Form New Advocacy Group Supporting Great Hosmer Pond

News Release — Friends of Great Hosmer Pond May 1, 2017 Contacts: Gina Campoli, Friends of Great Hosmer Pond Organizing Committee, Craftsbury Common (802) 793-1822 or ginacampoliVT@gmail.com Pete Johnson, Friends of Great Hosmer Pond Organizing Committee, Craftsbury pete@petesgreens.com May 1, 2017 • Craftsbury & Albany, VT – Those who use and appreciate Great Hosmer Pond […]

Racial incidents unite community and college in Craftsbury

Police are investigating an incident where a student of color was targeted by a passing car near campus.

Incidents raise questions about intolerance in idyllic Northeast Kingdom town

Craftsbury residents say they have been intimidated by vandalism involving a rainbow flag and Black Lives Matter signs.

Color The Kingdom 5K run to Benefit Art in the NEK

For Immediate Release For More Information Contact: Ceilidh Galloway-Kane – director@vermontarthouse.org PRESS RELEASE Color The Kingdom 5K run to Benefit Art in the NEK The Art House, an arts non-profit in Craftsbury, is thrilled to announce: Color the Kingdom a 5K run to benefit our work promoting the arts in the NEK. The run will […]

In This State: At the Craftsbury Outdoor Center, two former Olympians find a winning formula

In the six years they’ve now owned it, Dick Dreissigacker and Judy Geer, both Olympic rowers, have created a novel nonprofit model to run the cross-country ski and outdoor sports operations at the highly regarded Craftsbury Outdoor Center.

Craftsbury goes solar with Good Neighbor Funds provided by GMP

A new solar tracker in Craftsbury funded by Good Neighbor Fund payments provided by GMP is helping the town go green and generate its own power.

Pete’s Greens buys and conserves Craftsbury land with the Vermont Land Trust

Local food aficionados will be pleased to learn that Pete Johnson of Pete’s Greens—the well-known four-season vegetable farm—purchased 245 acres of farmland in Craftsbury and then conserved it with the Vermont Land Trust.

Albany and Craftsbury selectboards release letters opposing Kingdom Community Wind

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 21, 2011 Contact: Lukas B. Snelling (802) 778-0660 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              (802) 778-0660      end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (802) 778-0660 end_of_the_skype_highlighting Email: luke@energizevermont.org Albany & Craftsbury Oppose Lowell Wind Project Town Selectboards Sign Letters of Opposition Outlining Concerns GMP Failed to Adequately Address Selectboards from Albany and Craftsbury released letters today officially opposing the development of the Kingdom […]

Pete's Greens barn burns down in Craftsbury

The investigation showed the cause of this fire to be undetermined not suspicious. There were no reported injuries. The barn was considered a total loss and exceeded $500,000 dollars.

Pete’s Greens barn burns down in Craftsbury

The investigation showed the cause of this fire to be undetermined not suspicious. There were no reported injuries. The barn was considered a total loss and exceeded $500,000 dollars.

Fungi to the rescue? Sterling grad wants to render asbestos nontoxic

McHardy: “When it comes to cleaning up toxic waste, scientists keep finding that nature knows best. By mimicking nature’s adaptive processes, the VAG mine site could be remediated.”