Shelburne Farms & Burlington, VT Winter Guide 2020
Our final day in Burlington, Vermont was mostly spent at Shelburne Farms since many places are closed on Christmas Eve. I absolutely loved visiting the Shelburne Farms resident Swiss cows and sampling their farmstead cheddar cheese. Afterwards, we headed over to Lake Champlain Chocolate factory in Burlington, Vermont before heading back to the hotel for the evening.
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A Day in the Islands [SIV363]
7/26/14: The Lake Champlain Islands are a popular summer tourist attraction with 200 miles of shoreline, breathtaking views and many small businesses catering to visitors. Halfway between Burlington and Montreal, a unique community thrives in the islands, including many artists who are inspired by their surroundings. Eva takes a day trip to South Hero, Grand Isle, North Hero, Alburgh and Isle La Motte to see what adventure awaits.
Music: Let's Whisper, As Close As We Are, It'll Be OK
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1959 Cox District - Woodstock Vermont
A modern architectural masterpiece and important work by award winning and internationally recognized architect Rick Joy, Woodstock Farm presents a dramatic shingle and stone house and barn set on over 200 acres of Vermont countryside minutes from the picturesque village of Woodstock and in close proximity to Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. The high concept contemporary design is executed with the sharpest attention to craft and draws on the vernacular of the rural northeast. The main residence offers a 152-foot elongated gable house with massive end walls of Lake Champlain bedrock and cedar cladding on the roof and side walls. Set at a subtle angle to the barn, the north facade of the main house engages the purity of the setting and looks out onto a large, deep, spring fed swimming pond and the rolling pastureland, hills and mixed northern hardwood forests that comprise the property.
Find Produce You'll Feel Good About on a Vermont Farm
Produce Safety Improvement Grantee Spotlight: New Leaf CSA
Nestled in the hills of Dummerston, Vermont, New Leaf CSA offers the community a wide array of fresh vegetables, herbs, flowers and more. Elizabeth Wood, owner and farmer, sought to make on-farm
improvements to address produce safety, efficiency and product quality all in one. In April of 2018, New Leaf CSA was awarded a Produce Safety Improvement Grant from the Vermont Produce Program. By training with UVM Extension and participating in the Vermont Veggie and Berry Growers Association CAPS program, Wood learned new techniques and methods to reduce risk on her farm.
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The Vermont Challenge
Why Ride The Vermont Challenge?
The Vermont Challenge is the only bicycle Challenge that tours Southern and Central Vermont over 3 or 4 days and draws upon the creative energy of local businesses and people of Vermont, key ski resorts, restaurants and farms in each local community that we visit. We offer cyclists the chance to complete a century over one of Vermont's legendary Gaps across the spine of the Green Mountains with stunning vistas in each direction. The Vermont Challenge is fast becoming one of the major bicycling events in the United States and you can be part of this very special ride and challenge yourself!
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Small but beautiful: Do you know where Vermont's name comes from? Can you name the 2 U.S. presidents born in this state? And would you know the state's - probably - most famous culinary treat? Find out the answer to all these questions in our newest state video with Stephanie Lyons from the Economic/Political Section of the U.S. Embassy. #50states #VT
One little error we would like to correct: Vermont became a state in 1791, not as stated in the video as 1790.
Vermont Challenge 2012
The Vermont Challenge, 2012. Cycling, Team Real Deal, Sound Cyclists Cycling team, and many more! Tour went to Okemo, Stratton, and Killington.
Burlington Brew Tours in NY Times
Burlington Brew Tours feature in NY Times 36 hours in Burlington, VT.
The 8-0--BREW - Switchback Brewing, Burlington VT
Today, we've made the trek up to Burlington, Vermont to visit one of the most popular and well known breweries in the state. Switchback Brewing, was founded in 2002 by Bill Cherry and his best friend, Jeff. Switchback is known for their great ale that can be found all over the state of Vermont and is probably in a local pub around you. Their beers, bottled or barreled, are all non filtered, giving their beer a unique and complex flavor. We had a chance to catch up with head brewer Jeff Tomaino and have him walk us through a batch of their switchback ale. We also meet up with owner, brew-master, and craft brew legend Bill Cherry to get the low down on the history of switchback and see what inspires him to keep brewing great Vermont craft brews. To round out our tour at switchback, we headed over to the switchback tasting room where Sara Diaz took us through a tasting of Switchbacks ale, Citra-Pils, and their Connector IPA along with some of their rotating specials.All of this and more on this episode of the eight oh brew!
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Recreational marijuana legalization goes into effect in Vermont
Vermont is now the ninth state in the country where recreational use of marijuana is legal. The state's new law, which went into effect on Sunday, allows for the possession of up to an ounce of the drug. Dom Amato of CBS affiliate WCAX-TV reports.
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Co-op Gardening with Bonnie [SIV362]
7/18/14: For the past 21 years, artist Bonnie Acker has tended the lush gardens at Burlington's City Market, Onion River Co-op - first at their former North Winooski Avenue location and now at their downtown location on South Winooski Ave.
Eva stopped by on a busy Friday morning to watch Bonnie in action watering the 12 garden areas sprinkled amongst the parking lot and greeting the many shoppers and friends who appreciate this burst of color in the heart of the city.
Music: La Strada, Love You All Along
This episode of Stuck in Vermont was made possible by Hotel Vermont and Vermont Tourism.
A New Food Co-Op in Morrisville, Vermont
At the first stop on the Dave Gram On the Road tour in Morrisville, Dave talks with Mike Hauser and Elizabeth Casparian of Morrisville Co-Op. The new food cooperative opened last year in downtown Morrisville and has been growing steadily ever since.
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Stowe, Vermont real estate & homes
- Only in Stowe, Vermont can you combine a classic 200 year old village with the majestic views of Mt. Mansfield, Vermont's highest peak. This unique juxtaposition imbues Stowe with a character reminiscent of great European mountain resorts. Just 3.5 hours from Boston and 3 hours from Montreal, Stowe is the quintessential New England village - and a town for all seasons.
Where do you see yourself at the end of a long day? Where do you see yourself on a Sunday afternoon as the sun is setting? Is this what you had in mind?
This is the road that takes you to a private retreat made to sooth your soul. And once you arrive, you'll experience a scene that will take your breath... and your mind...... to new horizons.
The stunning views from this home afford you the pleasure of enjoying your breakfast overlooking the beautiful mountains in the distance. Complete and utter privacy insures only the sounds of nature as the background music to your life.
This exceptional horse farm estate is adjacent to the Moss Glen Falls hiking and recreation area, and 18,000 acres of state protected land.
As you drive up the half mile winding driveway, you will pass well maintained riding and walking trails, horse barns, a pond and gazebo. What an idyllic spot to just sit and contemplate life on a beautiful fall afternoon. Take a long walk and explore the winding trails, bridges and paths that meander through the woods.
Set on more than 55 pristine acres, this French Country inspired main residence offers 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. The priceless panoramic mountain views.... the expansive grounds... perched on top of the world in the most private of settings. It doesn't get much better than this.
This is a true gentleman's farm, located in famous Stowe Vermont.
Come on in and take a look - but be prepared to fall in love.
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Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont: A Year Round Destination with First-class Amenities
Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont offers travelers a first-class, year-round holiday from the resort and amenities to the snow sports and canopy and zip line tours.
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GRAHALL - Cavendish, Vermont
GRAHALL- A feat of architecture and engineering, this is a spectacular, one of kind estate on 240+ acres in prime central Vermont. Drawing inspiration from an iconic castle on a loch, Grahall sits atop Hawk's Mountain with breathtaking views in all directions. The home was built with stunning Glimmerstone Granite that is indigenous to the area and quarried directly from the property. An incredible amount of thought and planning went into the creation of the exteriors and interiors. While the structure is commanding the interiors feel warm and embracing. Many of the gathering rooms are circular with large granite fireplaces. There is wonderful light throughout the house providing passive solar. There are 7 well appointed bedrooms and 5 baths. The 270 degree view takes in neighboring ski mountains like Okemo, and the grounds are accented by two stocked ponds that reflect the house like a moat. Grahall has a very successful track record as a corporate retreat and rental property.
Shelburne Farms is a working farm, including a dairy, Market Garden, and woodlands. The food that we grow honors and preserves the land it comes from. That’s what building a sustainable food system is all about. What make us unique is that we also use our food and farming practices to educate others about sustainable agriculture and our shared connections to the soil.
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1947 VERMONT BURLINGTON, BENNINGTON TRAVELOGUE MOVIE THIS LAND OF OURS 60864
The 1947 episode “The State of Vermont,” part of the Carl Dudley Productions motion pictures series This Land Of Ours, gives viewers a taste of Vermont. Vermont, the first state to be added to the original 13, is home to breathtaking scenery. The state’s large waterways provide energy through hydroelectric power (01:17) and opportunities for recreation: Lake Champlain is the largest lake east of the Great Lakes. Vermont’s first settlement is Brattleboro (01:30), situated on the Connecticut River. Rutland (01:54) is known as the Marble City due to its nearby quarries that produce more than 70% of marble used in the U.S. Barre (02:35) is home to granite quarries. Montpelier (03:07) is Vermont’s capital, with its beautiful capital building (08:45), and was established in 1805. The state’s largest city is Burlington (03:22), home of Ethan Allen and the state’s flagship university (03:43). Bennington (04:02) was the first town to be chartered west of the Connecticut River and is known for the Battle of Bennington. The Revolutionary War battle is commemorated by one of the tallest battle monuments in the world (04:20). Bennington also features first-rate institutions of learning, such as the Bennington School for Girls. Vermont claims Calvin Coolidge as one of its sons; Coolidge was born in small store in Plymouth (04:47). Rural landscapes (05:00) dominate much of Vermont, and feature poultry, potato, and cattle farms. Vermont’s cattle are responsible for the state’s famous milk, cream, butter, and cheese industry, with products transported by companies like White Bros. Milk Co. (06:08). Vermont’s most famous resource is arguably the sap harvested from maple trees (06:18), which is turned into maple syrup, sugar, and candy (06:43). With scenic beauty everywhere, from covered bridges to picturesque inns, from pristine rivers to snow-covered slopes (07:30), there is something for everyone during every season.
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