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The Les & Nova Show

by Stephen Morris                         9145 1594

On the food trail with Vermont's best-known 'wildcrafters'

The day starts early, but not too early, for Leslie Hook and Nova Kim, Vermont's best-known "wildcrafters," as wild food foragers are known these days. They rolled in just after midnight last night after delivering their wares to Pauline's Café and Bistro Sauce, two of Burlington's tonier eateries. Somehow their deliveries have a tendency to turn into extended conversations about the state of the planet. Then they made the 90-mile trek back to tiny Albany in the Northeast Kingdom.


Stories and Tunes

by Stephen Morris                         1000347 765
Stories and Tunes

What an honor to be asked to participate in this year’s SolarFest. This event has come a long way, baby, and now can rightfully claim to be the nation’s premier event of this type. One of the great strengths is how this event has organized the renewable energy community.

 


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"Is that you, Elvis?" The speaker is a young (by my standards) woman, with blond hair that falls to her shoulders, then gaily flips to the side.



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local editor: Ellen Shapiro

Ellen Shapiro is the South Burlington-based publisher of the Champlain edition of Green Living Journal. She has a masters' degree in business administration, worked in investments for an international financial giant, and lived an intense urban life before discovering the green joy that is Vermont. She writes,

"I was astounded to discover this gem of a journal, publishing in southeastern Vermont for 17 years yet virtually unknown in the northwest and central parts of the state. There is a vibrant and thriving environmental community of readers and businesses here in Vermont that are on the whole invisible in mainstream media, yet come together so beautifully in a dedicated publication like this one.

"One of the features of Green Living that I particularly like is the quality of the writing and range of topics suitable for readers with green creds ranging from solar-curious please pack-my-groceries in-canvas-bags, through off-the-grid homesteading veterans. My own lifestyle is making progress on that continuum and from time to time I'll let you know how my family and I are doing in our personal goals of greener living."


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