Temperatures across Vermont are now regularly dipping down into the 30s at night, and residents of the Green Mountain State are buckling down and buttoning up for yet another frigid winter in the Northeast.
As part of this year’s Button Up Vermont campaign, Stowe CAN — the Climate Action Network — will host a free workshop at the Stowe Free Library on Oct. 24 at 6:30 p.m. Homeowners can learn more about staying warm and saving money this winter through weatherization.
Several cliff areas are currently closed for hiking to protect nesting peregrine falcons, and the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and Audubon Vermont recommend people check to see if the area they’re planning to hike or climb is open.
As part of a series of tours of energy-efficient homes, spearheaded by the Craftsbury, Glover and Greensboro energy committees, the home of Greensboro carpenter Bill Slocum will be open to visitors on Saturday, May 18, from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Sean Gyllenborg’s and Pam Cushman’s newest edifice is about the size of a small mobile home, and the main components in its construction are so mobile, they’ve come from halfway around the world.
A trip out Lower Elmore Mountain Road offers stunning year-round views of the Green Mountains across the valley.
Some of the better native trees in our home and city landscape plantings are ashes, available in several species and cultivars (cultivated varieties).
(StatePoint) While all the gear, clothes and toys your kids possess are signs of a joyful childhood, keeping it all organized is essential for health, safety and even fun.
(NewsUSA) - A national housing survey found 88 percent of Hispanics felt homeownership was a good long-term investment, with 92 percent reporting they planned to be homeowners.
(NAPSI)—There have been more than 80 extreme weather events in the United States that caused at least $1 billion each in damage since 2011, according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Centers for Environmental Information.