Web Sites and Link
Enviro-SourceResearch tool provided as a free service from Putney Press. Provides information on hazardous waste, land use planning, air and water quality, pollution prevention, recycling toxic substances, solid waste, alternative energy, the US EPA, ISO 14000, and environmental law.
Paul Miller Research ComplexActivities emphasize dairy research, equine sciences, mammary biology, milk quality, biosecurity and safety. Goal is to provide cost effective facilities for agricultural research, education and to play a key role in the development and promotion of agriculture in Vermont and New England.
Sustainability InstituteA "think-do tank" dedicated to sustainable resource use, economics, and community. Providing information, analysis, and practical demonstrations that can foster transitions to sustainable systems at all levels of society, from local to global.
University of Vermont Natural AreasNotes archive, maps and descriptions of sanctioned protected zones owned by the University.
UVM - Spatial Analysis LaboratorySpatial modeling of past and future land use in Vermont towns. A planning tool for conservationists; includes projects by county.
Vermont Astronomical Society (VAS)A group of amateur astronomers with membership ranging from beginning naked-eye stargazers to advanced amateurs with home observatories and elaborate equipment.
Vermont Coverts: Woodlands for WildlifeOrganization encouraging the maintenance, enhancement and/or creation of wildlife habitat on private forest lands in the state. Information about objectives, workshops, and other activities.
Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and RecreationA Department of Vermont State Government that manages state lands, parks and offers advice to the public concerning recreation, natural resource and lands use.
Vermont Enviro-sourceA connection to state environmental resources.
Vermont Environmental Assistance PartnershipProvides cost-effective and sustainable environmental assistance to state businesses.
Vermont Environmental BoardA public, quasi-judicial process for reviewing and managing the environmental, social and fiscal consequences of major subdivisions and developments in the state. Comprehensive information on environmental standards, and land use.
Vermont Institute of Natural ScienceA non-profit organization devoted to education and research designed to engage individuals and communities in the care of their environment.
Vermont Monitoring CooperativeCooperators from government, academic and private sectors who gather and pool information on the state's forest ecosystem.
Wild Hogs Adventure ClubPhotographs and comments from the Boston Mineral Club Field Trip to the Vermont Asbestos Group quarry (fall of 1998).