Outdoor Summer Fun and Comfort with Pets
By Larry Plesant
Pets are in the news! And also in our stores, offices, cars, laps, camping grounds and hiking trails. How about some actual straight talk about natural pet products for a change?
Herbal bug repellent sprays last about a half an hour, so […]
Saving $1,000 per Year from Energy Improvements
By N. R. Mallery
The Humane Society of Chittenden County, in South Burlington, VT shelters as many as 90 companion animals on any given day. Hot and cold days make a very real impact on the comfort of both the animals and the people in the building. With […]
The Story and Re-building of a Community’s Dog Park
The aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene ravaged more than homes and businesses in Waterbury, Vermont − it also destroyed another important part of this community.
A Yestermorrow Design and Build school class built this Timberframe shelter with instruction from TimberHomes, LLC of Vershire, Vermont. Photo: […]
Three Years Later – How They Fared
Photo courtesy of ReVision Energy
By George Harvey
The New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NHSPCA) had some very unusual energy problems at its shelter in Stratham, NH. These were addressed during the time from about 2008 to 2012. We can now look […]