A longtime friend and colleague of Pope John Paul II recalls his visit to her home.
A raucous event raises funds.
Local youth find employment in creative ways.
Weight and fitness issues dog both adults and children. The challenge is to cast the problem in a way that helps people see that they can change.
Food processors were buzzing in the elementary school cafeteria as students whipped up pesto from freshly harvested basil.
An 8 week program to showcase opportunities to purchase healthy foods and participate in fun physical activities wraps up.
Program sparks enthusiasm for walking to school.
Five years of hawking homemade applesauce and tee shirts fund a high school’s garden.
A high school finds an unusual way to connect to its community.
Chocolate lovers, fire up your engines!
Popular race is geared toward the average runner.
One of Vermont’s oldest covered bridges is slated for an expensive restoration.
A local grant-making organization reassesses its priorities.
Coordinator helps locals deal with the difficulties of ill health and the complexities of insurance.
Community Access Television promotes transparency and democracy.
There is at least a partial remedy for the ill effects of too much sedentary time indoors, an antidote that’s easy and fun.
Members of the school’s Earth Beat club, they’re having fun while introducing environmentally kind changes into school routines.
Here’s a little about what I found along the roadsides, in the forest, and in my own front yard.
My three year journey to make a wildflower garden.
When my children were in public high school fourteen years ago, I tussled with the school’s elected board over issues arising from the murder of a student.