From the beginning, Vermont Woodlands magazine celebrated forests for their ecological values and encouraged readers to explore the economic and cultural importance of forests. In 1999, it broadened it’s geographic scope changing the name to Northern Woodlands. In an effort to expand it’s mission, in 2003, the organization became the Center for Northern Woodlands Education, publishing books, developing Northern Woodlands Goes to School for teachers and organizing an annual conference for writers, editors, artists, scientists, foresters, teachers, and others who share a love of the woods.
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Science and Technology Editor Eunice West of The Financial Pulse had a report on water shortage. This graphic illustrates the complexities of the issue.
The politics editors at Kipp Harbor Times were covering the memorial development of former president Dwight D. Eisenhower. They needed a visual that conveyed the differing opinions surrounding the story.
Founded in 1995 by Jake and Donna Carpenter, founders of Burton Snowboards. Chill works with social service agencies, mental health agencies, foster care programs, juvenile justice programs and schools in local communities to select participants ages 10-18 years. The program has served more than 20,000 youth and helps them to realize alternatives beyond the struggles they are dealing with. Everything is provided to the youth at no cost.
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