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    • Pollinate This
    • Pollinate This

      Bees team up with elderberries to make a drink that cures
      When the thickets burst with summer fruit, we fill our fridges with raspberries and blackberries, but fresh elderberries are hard to find in markets.…
    • Green Miles
    • Green Miles

      Is Vermont developing an enviro-business corridor?
      In the spring of 1981, a wide-eyed University of Vermont engineering student and his soon-to-be-wife drafted a farfetched business plan: Manufacture wind-turbine "assessment" gear…
    • A Cut Above
    • A Cut Above

      A former meat inspector revives one of Vermont's last remaining slaughterhouses
      There were 30 slaughterhouses in Vermont when Carl Cushing first started working as a state meat inspector. Three decades later, only seven remain. So, on…
    • Grange Update

      Local Matters
      FERRISBURGH - Plans for a $2.75 million reconstruction of the historic Ferrisburgh Grange, which was destroyed by arson more than two years ago, suffered a…
    • Saturday Night Fervor

      On a date with Clean Slate, Panton's rock-and-holy-rollers
      On a dimly lit stage, Suzanne Rood sings a love song. "When I'm afraid," she croons in a sweet, plaintive voice, "I climb into your…
    • Shelf Life

      State of the Arts
      How do you move a million books? Very carefully. And that's just what a Connecticut-based company will be doing beginning next Monday at Middlebury College.…

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