The story of the largest state building project in the history of Vermont that followed the ruin caused by Tropical Storm Irene.
A small town reinvents their historic church for the 21st century.
An International Style Building is restored, and a school community revived.
A beautiful and compatible addition to a historic house is created to house important family papers.
A group of citizens brings the town offices back to Brandon following the devastation left in the wake of Tropical Storm Irene.
The old library is restored and expanded for the 21st century following the damage wrought by Tropical Storm Irene.
A large home is saved, restored, and repurposed creating hope for the neighborhood and community.
A community devasted by fire uses the arts to rebuild.
A defunct school is transformed into stunning affordable housing.
Doug Anderson of Middlebury's Town Hall Theater talks about the importance of the big room in the middle of town.
You'll discover historic farms and barns, village historic districts, country cemeteries, and covered bridges. Be sure to shop at every village store and buy Vermont-made products.
We have people all over Vermont who daily give their time, their treasure, and their talents to keeping all the best of our state, our history, and communities as vital and inspiring as possible.