Three Chefs — One Passion

Although the “farm-to-table” concept has caught on as a national trend, it is hardly new to Vermont chefs. Three of my favorite chefs, a German, Italian and Swede, would rather source local purveyors than import exotic foods from around the world. Why is that so important to them? Although I had an idea of how [...]

By | 2014-08-12T17:26:37+00:00 August 2nd, 2014|Eye on Vermont Articles|Comments Off on Three Chefs — One Passion

Preserving Historic Vermont Buildings

According to the National Register of Historic Places, Vermont is home to over 8,500 historic buildings. This official archive is part of the national list of historic and cultural resources worthy of preservation. Although the majority of the buildings are individually listed properties and privately owned residences, many others are preserved for commercial, religious and [...]

By | 2014-08-02T13:07:58+00:00 August 2nd, 2014|Eye on Vermont Articles|Comments Off on Preserving Historic Vermont Buildings

Building Green

Tom Moore, a leading Vermont builder, has always had a vision of building a home for his family, primarily made with wood from his land. He wanted to build an environmentally conscious home that would be sustainable, energy-efficient, exquisitely crafted, and comfortable. That is exactly what he did. On Upper Stevensville Road in Underhill Center, [...]

By | 2014-08-02T13:04:50+00:00 August 2nd, 2014|Eye on Vermont Articles|Comments Off on Building Green

Woman’s Midlife Crisis Takes Flight

When most of us go through a midlife crisis, we get a burning desire to a make a significant change in our lives. Typically that means an impulsive car purchase, sparked romance, or a sudden compulsion to get in shape. Not for KK Harvey of Stowe. She liked her car, had a handle on love [...]

By | 2014-08-02T12:58:19+00:00 August 2nd, 2014|Eye on Vermont Articles|Comments Off on Woman’s Midlife Crisis Takes Flight

A Mountain of Design

When you need just the right color accessory to match an outfit — for one event — there is only one thing to do: Go consignment shopping! Although the consignment store had the little purple purse I needed, it was the discovery of Kelly Brunell that made the trip successful. Kelly, a Vermont jewelry artisan, [...]

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Mountain Biking an Economic Key

Mountain biking is a passion shared by 50 million people in the U.S. In fact, biking in general is ranked the seventh-most popular activity in the country. We love the outdoors — so much so that our spending on leisure and recreation contributes about $730 billion to the U.S. economy annually. That’s more than the [...]

By | 2014-08-02T12:48:43+00:00 August 2nd, 2014|Eye on Vermont Articles|Comments Off on Mountain Biking an Economic Key
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