Ten exceptional people and projects received awards on June 8th at our annual Preservation and Downtown Conference in Bristol, VT!
Nearly 40 years ago, sculptor Jim Sardonis had a dream. He saw himself standing on the shore watching two whales dance in the surf. The image of the pair of tails breaking the surface of the water as they dove into the depths of the ocean was frozen in his mind. The product of that dream, a sculpture of twin whales’ tails superimposed against the Green Mountains, will soon grace the Randolph landscape once more....
"In a small volunteer organization, where folks can get frustrated and begin to feel burned out, having our project discussions in an environment like the Lake House turned out to be very important..."
"When you think about Vermont's economic destiny, do you first think about a crumbling old barn? Probably not. But Paul Bruhn does. “Vermont is really defined by its historic resources, its downtowns and village centers, the barns that dot the countryside – these define Vermont's character and are a very much part of Vermont's brand..."
Right where you need us, when you need us!
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!
Two historic agreements will allow the protection of valuable farmland and scenic gateway in Randolph.
Downtown & Historic Preservation Conference White River Junction, VT Key note speaker Joe Minicozzi, Urban3 – Asheville, NC Stay tuned for more information. Contact Gary Holloway – firstname.lastname@example.org or 802- 828-3220
Ten inspiring preservation success stories from around the state!