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By FishAre we draining the swamp or just pumping it full of toxic waste?I have to say if you've spent the last 16 years even remotely comfortable with the direction this country was going — I'm not suggesting completely comfortable; even if … more
I recently attended a legislative conference for hundreds of left-leaning state legislators from across the nation. A dozen of us made the trek from Vermont, eager to share ideas, build coalitions, and plot strategy with colleagues from every corner … more
A lot of serious long-term national issues simply weren't addressed in the recent national election. That's not surprising. Issues like the alarming growth of the national debt, the rising consequences of opiate addiction, and unprecedented changes … more
I have just returned home to occupied Pennacook land (South Newfane) after five days at the Oceti Sakowin (Seven Council Fires or Great Sioux Nation) camp in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. There I joined 10,000 other "water protectors," including people … more
Election Day was bleak for the future of ridgeline wind power in Vermont. The outcome of local, state and national voting signaled a vote of no confidence in the growth of utility-scale wind power in the Green Mountain State. Iberdrola, developers … more
December is usually when nonprofits of every kind give updates, seek support, and thank their past donors. And yes, we have good news to share, welcome your help, and sincerely thank you — survivors, allies, our generous community — for … more
December is usually when nonprofits of every kind give updates, seek support, and thank their past donors. And yes, we have good news to share, welcome your help, and sincerely thank you — survivors, allies, our generous community — for … more
I'm as bad about it as everyone else, spending too much time on the internet. This is still a relatively new tool for a lot of folks, especially social media, and we honestly spend too much time with it. We now relate to others in different ways … more
Like most things that people can't see, there is much debate over whether the Jolly Ol' Elf is real or not. The debate spills over into moral territory as parents worry about lying to their children.But, I believe.I do not think that a man flies a … more
In early November I received a call from a neighbor who had a beaver in her backyard pond. Backyard ponds are magnets for beavers, but because such ponds are often created to fulfill an ornamental role, and a beaver's esthetic may conflict with the … more
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