By Larry Plesent
As promised, here is part two of the Brain Power series.
This month we focus on omega 3 and omega 6 edible oils. These are the cod liver oils they tried to give your great grandmother when she was a kid. The oils were supposed to be a preventative for nearly everything […]
Colton Evans (5), of Bradford, VT drew this picture in his pre-school class recently. We thought it was interesting that he related solar energy to making something useful. In this case, it is a “color making machine!” Who knows just what the power from the sun will bring us in the future?
Growing Grains in the Northeast
By Deb Heleba
Farmers throughout the Northeast have been growing grains for animal feed on dairy farms for years, although cereal grains have not been grown on a large scale since the 19th century. Back then, wheat and other grains were large parts of the agricultural […]
Over 5 MW is in – Nearly 5 MW More is on the Way
By George Harvey
It is hard to keep track of all the things relating to resilience going on in Rutland. Green Mountain Power (GMP) has decided the city will be the “Solar Capital of the Northeast” and seems […]
Published originally on Apr 15, 2014
Abby Martin gives a heartfelt tribute to investigative journalist and former LAPD detective, Michael C. Ruppert, highlighting his career from exposing CIA drug trafficking to his groundbreaking research on ‘Peak Energy’ and remember his sincere devotion to truth and justice.
Michael was a huge […]
You can now view the full version of our current issue of Green Energy Times from the ‘Current & Past Issues’ Quick Link here in the left side of this page.
There is a lot of exciting information in this issue, like where to find Solar Installers in your area, Green Builders, Building Efficiency and […]
Born and raised in Shaftsbury, Vermont, Andrew K. Newell is a member of the U.S. Ski Team 2014.
By Andrew K. Newell
Having competed in three Olympic Games I’ve been a part of the winter sports community for quite some time. From Torino, Italy to Sochi, Russia I’ve experienced different venues over the […]
By Deborah DeMoulpied
While Earth Day has evolved into a carbon-alert-climate-change moment, it originally started from the idea that it was time to “clean up” our environment. Back in the 70s it was “Keep America Beautiful,” “Every Litter Bit Hurts,” the “Clean Air and Clean Water Act,” and trying to keep rivers from catching on […]
By Erin A. Winter, MD
In a nesting fit during my first pregnancy this past fall, I was searching for paint for the nursery and was referred to milk paint for its no-chemical benefits.
I had never heard of milk paint before, but some quick research showed it to: (1) be easy; (2) no more […]
By G.E.T. Staff
In the old days, even before electric fans, awnings provided a measure of relief from the heat of a summer day. In those days, an awning and an open window for some ventilation was about the best a person could do to keep cool during the heat of the summer. Like many […]