by White House and EPA
by White House and EPA
Sierra Club Names Plymouth State One of America’s Greenest Schools
NH Student Wins Award
Deepika Kurup is a 2013-2014 National Winner selected by the Environmental Protection Agency from region 1, in New Hampshire.
Deepika developed a green and sustainable method to purify water. She increased public and youth awareness of what an indispensable natural resource clean and safe water is to all.
After much research, […]
Mountain Campus Boasts Sustainability
By George Harvey
Burr and Burton Academy is an independent coeducational secondary in the Manchester, Vermont area. Most of the school’s 700 students are from towns in the Manchester area. Founded in 1829, Burr and Burton has a long history. Today, it has a very diverse range of academic courses. The […]
Idling awareness will be raised in the school community to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, conserve energy, and protect student health. The project also seeks to increase the number of Vermont schools with official no-idling guidelines by 35 more schools.
Vermont Idle-Free Schools will work with various educators ,as well as other stakeholders in the school […]
By Sylvia Davatz
The gardening season is drawing to a close, and by now the downstairs living space of any self-respecting seed saver is carpeted with flats and dishes of drying seeds awaiting final cleaning, sorting, labeling, and storing, so full of promise for the […]
Sunflowers Crops – An emerging source of renewable energy
By Rachel Carter
Sunflowers are grown on several Vermont farms and then harvested for their oilseeds, which are then converted to biodiesel and livestock feed. Sunflower or oilseed biodiesel helps farmers lower fuel and feed costs, explore feed and fertilizer co-products, be more self-sufficient, and rely […]
Unique fruits you CAN grow in the northeast!
By David Fried
So you always wanted to grow unique and unusual delicious fruits in the north, but didn’t know if you could? Here is an introduction to what we can grow all over the northeast. Like […]
From the US DOE
“It can’t be done.” Those words were enough to motivate Tom Fullam of Vassalboro, Maine, to build his first high-performance house, which earned him a 2011 silver Energy Value Housing Award from the National Association […]
– Where to Start
What is an energy audit, why is it important and why it’s the starting point for any upgrades you make?
Your house loses heat in a way similar to how your body does. Here is the analogy, explained..
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