Not many house hunters are in search of an experimental, white, modernist home built in 1969-70 that one listing described as a “live-in artwork.” But, after four years on the market, as Seven Days reported earlier this year, architect Peter Eisenman’s House II in Hardwick finally found its ideal caretakers...
Join pros Ron Wanamaker and Amy Mentes for a fun in-depth training on how to reglaze and paint historic windows.
Experts agree that investment today in housing and infrastructure in growth centers creates jobs, leverages private investment, boosts local property tax revenues, and builds stronger communities, neighborhoods and regions. This year, with the support of the legislature, I am pleased several bills were passed that will make our community centers even stronger.
Joined by legislative leaders at the Downtown and Historic Preservation Conference, Governor Phil Scott signed S135 into law Thursday to expedite state permitting for housing and increase public investment in buildings and infrastructure in state-designated centers, among other pro-growth initiatives...
An effort to preserve a piece of land at the Randolph interstate exit is much closer to its goal after a flurry of commitments from several large donors.
Join us for two upcoming concerts to benefit the Exit 4 Open Space project!
An effort to preserve 22.5 acres of land just off the Randolph exit of Interstate 89 has just under a month to finish raising $1 million.
The town of Putney, wanting to save its downtown “grocery and gathering space” after back-to-back fires, is about to find out.
Two historic agreements will allow the protection of valuable farmland and scenic gateway in Randolph.
Together we have raised $1 million and Exit 4 will be saved!
“Cheese is our vehicle for preservation,” Browne says. Indeed, along with barn preservation grants and farmland conservation, promoting Vermont’s artisan, high-end dairy industry has become a major part of the state’s multifaceted approach to keeping its farms and landscape intact.
Over the coming year, the grant programs will distribute more than $400,000 in matching grants to projects around the state for the rehabilitation and repair of civic buildings and barns.