WGDR radio host, Ethan Allen impersonator, and 2VR champion Jim Hogue talks with former Vermont Secretary of Agriculture Roger Albee about the future of Vermont agriculture – diversified ag, hemp, cannabis, and beyond. Take a listen, and happy high summer… Continue Reading
Invasive species invade ecosystems and threatening native plants and animals. Trade and travel vessels bring invasive foreign species across oceans to foreign landscapes. Beyond the War on Invasive Species, by Tao Orion, presents permaculture as a combatant against the view… Continue Reading
Discerning readers will feast on this feature focused on food revolution, by one of our up-and-coming Vermont journalists. Read the entire feature in our 2015 “Green Mountain Noise” e-zine right here at our web site. And Free Vermont!
When discussing climate change, we are faced with some big problems: carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere for example, and we always think about “big” solutions to fix these problems. However, Courtney White, the Author of Two Percent Solutions for… Continue Reading
Given today’s world population of more than 7 billion people, it is clear, now more than ever, that the planet’s resources are strained. In past ages, humans could successfully rely on self-sustaining agriculture or hunting, without ever worrying that food… Continue Reading
Read our FEATURE story on the Vermont Farm Fund in our new 2015 issue of “Green Mountain Noise, ” beginning on page 34. Written by Vermont native and current VTDigger journalist Elizabeth Hewitt, our story looks at the origins and… Continue Reading
One of Vermont’s most visionary economists and thinkers, Gary Flomenhoft, shares his vision for transforming Vermont from a “banana republic” to a “sovereign commonwealth” in this GREEN MOUNTAIN NOISE exclusive featured in our 2015 issue. Essential reading for anyone interested… Continue Reading
To our Dear Honorable Governor Shumlin, The statewide members of our coalition want to express deep appreciation for your support in maintaining the delicate and critical balance between public health initiatives and individual rights. Since 1979, Vermont has honored this important… Continue Reading