As part of our ‘Green Restaurant’ feature, this spring we want to acknowledge and give recognition to a deserving restaurant located on Route 100 N, in Waterbury, VT. Michael’s on the Hill has received the first Green Restaurant Designation and award in Vermont!
The award is given by the Vermont […]
By David Van Houten
This is a story of community action and the changes that are happening to our energy economy. We have learned in recent years that many of the ways we make and use energy are expensive, harmful to our environment, and wasteful. North Country folks have generally been inclined to independence and […]
Wednesday evening, May 16th
All are invited to participate in a “Ride of Silence” to remember bicyclists who have been injured or killed in crashes involving motor vehicles. The Ride of Silence is an annual event that happens on the same day in all 50 U.S. states and in countries around the world. Since 2007, […]
By Diane Reynolds
Can Fox News be waking up? To global warming….to the dangers of fracking? Having NPR running in my blood, I don’t often (and maybe I should) check out the sources of differing views. But when G.E.T. publisher Nancy Rae Mallery sent two FoxNews.Com postings to me I was flabbergasted. Read their intro […]
By Katherine Leversee
Mark Curran and Steve Birge, co-owners and founders of Black River Produce, a fresh food distributor serving Vermont, New Hampshire, western Massachusetts and New York, have always been committed to organic, sustainable agriculture. But now Black River is making a major move toward renewable energy.
“We’ve always been focused on the sustainable. […]
By Krissy Leonard, Community Relations Manager
2012 is a special year for Hunger Mountain Coop. In September we will turn 40, celebrating four decades of commitment to our community and local food producers. 2012 also holds a special significance for our co-op and cooperative businesses around the world, as the United Nations General Assembly has […]
“Irene presented some of the most difficult challenges in our history… […]
Is Obama a jobs killer because he vetoed Keystone XL pipeline until after the election?
Here’s the scoop:
A Solar Installer in Action
Despite claims to the contrary, TransCanada, the corporation behind the pipeline, is not even remotely interested in employing American workers. This so-called energy security conduit from the Land of the Maple […]
Unless we stop the warming of our planet… says A. James Hansen… […]
Live! from Boston, MA – NESEA BE12! Here are some of the key notes and pic. Stay tuned as the Conference progresses! more to come… […]