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Have snow, will go. It’s one of the great things about cross country skiing. If a Nordic center isn’t nearby – or if circumstances like COVID-19 render them closed – making tracks right out your back door is an option, and sometimes a preferred one.
LYNDON CENTER — Science Teacher Tom Forster is eager to resume his field science program with students at the Thaddeus Stevens School in Lyndon Center. The spring rotation was lost due to COVID-19, so students and Forster are excited to return to the outdoor classroom and their work.
In 1970, when Governor Deane Davis signed Act 250 into law, he advanced a vision shared by Vermonters who wanted to protect Vermont’s unique cultural and historic ties to the land by addressing the environmental impacts of development, while allowing for economic prosperity. Fifty years later, many still hold that vision of safeguarding our open fields and forests while investing in vibrant downtowns.
LISBON, N.H. — The State of Vermont’s Working Lands Enterprise Initiative awarded DCI, Inc. a $75,000 grant as part of their supply chain business impact grant program. The grant supports Vermont companies who are contributing to the state’s forest products industry and positively impacting the supply chain.