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Net Metering Cap Raised; Sterling College Moves Forward with Fossil-Free Electricity

Sterling College thanked the Board of Commissioners of the Hardwick Electric Department for voting to raise its net metering cap by 2%, allowing 6% of peak load coming from net…

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Finding & Using the Voice of an Advocate

On a late March morning, my Food Policy class ventured to the Statehouse in Montpelier for Rural Vermont’s Small Farm Action Day.  Throughout the semester we have been discussing a…

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Adam Reck Reflects

For the past year I’ve been the Clerk of the Forestry Crew. This has entailed managing a crew of four students as we milled lumber, split and stacked firewood, and…

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