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....
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.
Randolph Developer Makes Deal to Conserve Exit 4 Parcel
Conservation Groups Buy Exit 4 Land Once Slated for Development
Conservationists are raising money to buy the final piece of the parcel at Exit 4, while the owners have agreed to sell most of the land to another group to be run as a farm.
Two historic agreements will allow the protection of valuable farmland and scenic gateway in Randolph.
Approval of the proposed development would be a terrible thing not only for Randolph, but for all of the state of Vermont.
1.1 million square feet of unneeded development proposed on prime agricultural land at Exit 4, at the expense of Randolph's designated downtown.
Editorial from the Barre-Montpelier Times Argus and the Rutland Herald