On its face, the purchase of Vermont-based Seventh Generation by the giant multinational Unilever seems like a straightforward a corporate buyout. But leadership and employees alike says it’s a chance for the company to expand its sustainable mission — and go global.
- New National Wildlife Refuge to Protect Northeast Shrubland
- Rare In New England, Group Seeks Federal Protection For ‘Trail Trees’
- Connecticut Energy Officials Pull Plug on Pipeline in Favor of Renewable Energy Investments
- Some Housatonic River Advocates Question Whether Capping Toxins Will Stand Up Over Time
- As Number Of Syrian Refugees Resettled In Mass. Increases, Community Shows Support
From Tuesday Oct. 25 through Thursday Nov. 3, VPR will host debates for statewide offices – and we want to include your questions in each forum.
Arnold Schoenberg was a composer, teacher, music theorist and painter. He developed techniques of composition that turned music upside down and backwards. He was called an expressionist and the founder of atonalism and serialism, but regardless of what Schoenberg is called he is one of the pivotal figures of 20th century music.
In this Halloween special from Brave Little State, a terrifying compendium of spine-tingling Vermont ghost stories, as told to us by … you.
- VPR Announces Schedule Of 2016 General Election Debates
- VPR Debates: Post Your Questions For The Candidates
- Vermont Public Radio Welcomes New Board Members, Elects Officers For 2017
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