Happy Vermonters: Megan Humphrey on Making a Difference in the Community

Posted by on Apr 28, 2017 in Burlington, Happy Vermonters | No Comments
Happy Vermonters: Megan Humphrey on Making a Difference in the Community

“When I first came to UVM as a student in 1979, I remember thinking, ‘Why would anyone leave this place?’ I know we’re in a bubble here—I get that—and all of us are so lucky to live in Vermont. But I also understand there are huge issues we need to deal with just like everyplace […]

Happy Vermonters: A Young Family Finds the Sweet Spot in Stowe

Posted by on Apr 10, 2017 in Happy Vermonters, outdoors, Stowe | No Comments
Happy Vermonters: A Young Family Finds the Sweet Spot in Stowe

  “I grew up in Vermont and went to college here, but I also spent time traveling around the country and internationally. When it was time to plant some roots, Vermont was a no-brainer—politically, environmentally, recreationally, and culturally. I’m a photographer and Kim works in marketing at Stowe Mountain Resort. In a lot of mountain towns, you can […]

Happy Vermonters: A Love for Maple Sugaring Runs in the Family

Happy Vermonters: A Love for Maple Sugaring Runs in the Family

“My great-grandmother started this farm in 1918. She ran a bed and breakfast out of the house and made maple syrup on the property. When my father was a boy, she introduced him to the Vermont tradition of maple sugaring. One of the things we love most about sugaring is being able to spend time […]

Happy Vermonters: Community Sparks Creativity

Posted by on Mar 14, 2017 in arts, Chittenden County, Happy Vermonters | No Comments
Happy Vermonters: Community Sparks Creativity

“People in Burlington are very drawn to art, and I think the community is my biggest inspiration as an artist. I feel a genuine connection to everyone I see, and I love that I can walk downtown and run into four or five people who will give me a big hug.” –Haley Bishop Rockwood, The Poppyclock Collective […]

Happy Vermonters: A Change of Pace for Nancy Hanes Ess

Happy Vermonters: A Change of Pace for Nancy Hanes Ess

“My husband and I moved here from Richmond, Virginia, to help run my family’s inn. Guests often ask us what we do around here for fun, and I think there are plenty of things—kayaking, hiking, going to the bookstore, or just going for a drive. For me, one of the nicest things is being able […]