08th Jan 2018
Bill Keeton leads a discussion about managing forests for carbon sequestration, a program sponsored by Marsh Billing Rockefeller National Historical Park and Sustainable Woodstock (photo credit: Zach Ralph)

Sustainable Woodstock Plans New Endeavors in 2018

By Ron Miller As we head into the new year, keep reading this column—and watch your mailbox—for news about Sustainable Woodstock’s newest initiatives. In 2018 we plan to work with...

A New Appreciation for Old Forests

By Elle O’Casey Bill Keeton, Professor of Forest Ecology and Forestry from the University of Vermont was a guest at last month’s Working Woodlands workshop at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park....

There’s an App for That

By Elle O’Casey It’s no surprise to seasoned Vermonters that Fall is on its way. Yet every year around this time, I get a bit angsty. I wonder just how...

Why We’re Helping to Build a Sustainable Community

By Ron Miller Usually this column describes one of the specific projects that Sustainable Woodstock is facilitating. This week, though, let’s take a step back and look at the big...

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