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Two New Breweries: Brewster River Pub & Lost Nation

Seven Days
May 14, 2013 It seems like every week in Vermont is “Craft Beer Week” — but this week actually is.

Ski Vermont Invites Visitors for Summer Adventures and Deals

Ski Vermont
May 14, 2013 Ski Vermont celebrates all seasons with adventure programs and activities throughout the spring, summer and fall. Whether escaping to the Green Mountains for a family vacation, or taking a day trip to get some summer thrills, Vermont ski resorts provide something for every adventurous soul.

Resorts already have an eye on next ski season

Rutland Herald
May 12, 2013 The ski season has barely ended but resorts are already planning tens of millions of dollars in capital improvements for the 2013-2014 season.

Best Ski Towns for Summer Vacations

Family Circle
May 11, 2013 Stowe, Vermont It's classic New England: church steeples, country roads and covered bridges.

Dr. Bob's Aztec Diet

May 3, 2013

Shaking it Up

Stowe Reporter
May 2, 2013 I.C. Scoops has moved to a new location. But you’ll still be able to enjoy your cones and milkshakes on the village green.

"In the Wings" Concert Players Newsletter, featuring the Sound of Music

The Concord Players
May 1, 2013 On May 5, Sam von Trapp, grandson of Captain von Trapp and Maria and manager of the family lodge in Vermont, will attend our performance and participate in a talk-back with the audience.

What’s New at Vermont Ski Resorts this Summer?

Ski Vermont
April 30, 2013 Think ski resort employees hibernate in the summer? Think again. Besides basking in the beauty of the Green Mountains and celebrating the sun with music, beer, mountain biking, and swimming, resorts are also hard at work improving the slopes, building new lodges, running summer camps and hosting weddings. Here is a run down of what’s new at Vermont ski resorts this summer and what they are working on for next season.

Why travel needs to have a bigger seat at the table in U.S. immigration debate
April 26, 2013 As the immigration reform debate is in full swing in U.S. Congress, all relevant parties are making sure their voices get heard. As part of that, tourism, a big stakeholder with thousands of jobs at stake tied to easing of the immigration and visa policies, has so far had a smaller voice at the table. Megan Smith, the commissioner of the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing, gave her testimony earlier this week, and made the case why the lawmakers should consider the economic value of travel and tourism as part of these reforms and work on making it easier for tourists to come to U.S. We have reprinted her full testimony below.

Stowe Land Trust: Saving Land
April 23, 2013 The Lepine sisters live on a dairy farm in Morristown’s Mud City. They’ve farmed there since the 1930s, when their Québécois parents came to Vermont looking for a better way of life. Over the years, they purchased adjacent property, until the farm totaled 1,100 acres. One 47-acre wooded parcel in Sterling Valley is where, as children, the four sisters—Gertrude, Jeannette, Marie, and Therese—played in Sterling Brook. That parcel is now conserved with the Stowe Land Trust. Other conservation organizations hold easements on the rest of the Lepine property
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