Black History Month @ Vermont – “Raise A Flag Of Revolution” (#BlackLivesMatter)

Click here to watch this UVM student-produced documentary film. And catch it at the Green Mountain Film Festival in Montpelier in March. Thanks to University of Vermont students Nishani Kessler and Meghan Nanan for researching and producing this documentary.  Download… Continue Reading

Climate Is Heating Up In Vermont (GE/GLOBAL WARMING)

Since 1970, Burlington, Vermont has had the largest increase in average winter temperature across the nation. Burlington’s average has increased by 7°F in the past 47 years, slowing the onset of winter. Researchers have also recently examined how Vermont’s maple… Continue Reading

“There Is No Place Like My Home” – Miss Vermont 2017 (Interview With Erin Connor)

Publisher’s Note: Erin Connor, Miss Vermont 2017, is a University of Vermont alumna and Public Communications graduate of our Community Development and Applied Economics (CDAE) program. Here, she opens up about her work as Miss Vermont, her personal and professional… Continue Reading

#BlackLivesMatter in Vermont-“Raise A Flag Of Revolution” (UVM DOC)

In the wake of the Charlottesville tragedy, our VI-supported LA-based comedic news man Jimmy Dore and his progressive colleague Tim Black break down “What People Are Missing About The Charlottesville Protest.” (Hint: Donald Trump did not invent racism in the US).… Continue Reading

Rules For Revolutionaries: Lessons from Vermont’s Bernie Sanders 2016 Presidential Campaign (BOOK REVIEW)

Publisher’s Note: Yah, we know. The Clintonistas and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) rigged the 2016 Democratic Primaries and stole the presidential nomination from Bernie Sanders. As the Democratic Party continues to implode, even DNC leaders are now openly admitting… Continue Reading

Fish, On: Seeking Vermont’s Mysterious Brook Trout

Everything is calm and quiet in the back wood mountain streams of Stowe, Vermont. The wind cannot reach inside the valley, so the only noise made is the sound of the brook flowing over the rocks, and small waterfalls. The… Continue Reading