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Live green, die green, leave a green corpse

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copyright the Chronicle November 1, 2017 by Elizabeth Trail   CRAFTSBURY COMMON — To an ecologist, death isn’t the end, Carl Anderson says. It’s really more like the middle. Each of our bodies, the biologist and green burial advocate says, is rich with the bui... More »

Bill McKibben speaks at Sterling College

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copyright the Chronicle February 22, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   CRAFTSBURY COMMON — “We all want the places we live in to remain unchanged,” writer and environmental activist Bill McKibben told a crowd of about 200 people at a Sterling College open house on S... More »

Burros was a pioneer in “political” food writing

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copyright the Chronicle October 26, 2016 by Joseph Gresser Marian Burros began her career as a food writer because she and a friend needed to give affordable engagement gifts. She ended up changing the field because she recognized a simple truth — food is poli... More »

Kidder Hill neighbors hold a fencing bee

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copyright the Chronicle November 11, 2015 by Elizabeth Trail IRASBURG — About 30 opponents of the proposed Kidder Hill Community Wind project in Irasburg showed up with shovels, hammers, and a backhoe Saturday morning to build a fence — two L-shaped segments f... More »

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Larcher explains life on a small scale dairy in France

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copyright the Chronicle September 2, 2015 by Joseph Gresser CRAFTSBURY COMMON — A master cheesemaker whose work takes him to every continent but Antarctica finds true happiness on a small farm in central France. It’s not hard to imagine that as the elevator pi... More »

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Brown’s life made on the water, in the woods

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copyright the Chronicle June 11, 2014 by Bethany M. Dunbar For those who love the wilderness, northern Quebec and Labrador are close enough to be enticing. On Northern Waters, by Dave Brown of Craftsbury, will take you there vicariously if the complications of... More »