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MIDDLEBURY | How does a busy Vermont state official manage to find time to write thoughtful, informative essays to be included in a book? Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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MIDDLEBURY | Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) and U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy (D) announced on Jan. 22 that Vermont communities struggling to overcome the decline in the forestry industry will now be able to consider accessing a $7 million taxpayer-funded... Read more

The Vermont Eagle

MIDDLEBURY | To help logging industry professionals in Vermont and neighboring states sharpen the business skills needed for a profitable operation, University of Vermont (UVM) Extension is holding a free workshop at two locations in November. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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ALBANY | Stakeholders are making a final push for reform of a state program to give private forest owners tax breaks and other incentives to broaden sustainable forestry practices in the Adirondacks. Read more

The Sun

MIDDLEBURY | A new Asian import has arrived in Vermont and it isn’t another copycat automobile. This time, it’s a tiny destructive insect, known as the Emerald ash borer. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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MIDDLEBURY — While Vermont Gov. Phil Scott; Ag Secretary Anson Tebbetts; Deputy Commerce Secretary Ted Brady; Forests, Parks and Rec Commissioner Michael Snyder; and Working Lands Enterprise board members took the spotlight last week ... Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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Clifford Robert Pettis is widely known as the “Father of Reforestation” in New York State and served as the Superintendent of State Forests from 1910 until his death in 1927. Read more

NCL Magazine

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BURLINGTON — Do you know someone who is a dedicated steward or advocate for the trees in your community? Read more

The Vermont Eagle