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of local interest

The Les & Nova Show

by Stephen Morris                         9145 3267

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.

Short Takes Summer 09

by Stephen Morris                         1000326 1674
Letters to the editor and green bits: Rabbits, Know your farmer, Chiania cows, Puerto Rico, Natural Building

Stories and Tunes

by Stephen Morris                         1000347 1619
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.


Short Takes Autumn '08

by Stephen Morris                         1000248 1350
Letters to the Editor, Green Notes, Solar Pick-Ups, More on Cooperatives, Spamalot

In This State: Puerto Vermonta

by Stephen Morris                         9135 1285

In this morning's email box, there is an inquiry from a UVM student looking for a summer internship with my publishing company. I write back to ask her to send me a resume and a writing sample.

Next comes a message from my friend, Rob, who is a builder of green homes just across the lake in West Chazy. I've just featured him in an article and the magazine layout artist has requested a headshot. I email him, he emails me back, I email the layout person, he emails me back. Job done, thank you very much.

Work, work, work, work ... work, work, work, work.

Pioneer Valley EcoNotes Spring 07

by Stephen Morris                         9126 1262
Natural Home, Support for Domini, Line Synch Architecture, Green Ratings, Shep Ogden

Is That You, Elvis?

by Stephen Morris                         9147 910

"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.

Letters to the Editor Fall '08

by Stephen Morris                         1000249 783


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For more than 30 years, Stephen Morris has helped companies and non-profit organizations define their missions and develop effective marketing strategies. His career has spanned a variety of industries ranging from woodstoves (Vermont Castings) to solar panels to books (Chelsea Green in White River Junction). He is co-founder of The Public Press, a book-publishing business that provides options for writers whose works are too specialized for traditional publishers. He is also editor and publisher of the quarterly magazine Green Living and the author of six books, most recently the novel, Stripah Love. His latest work is The New Village Green (New Society Publishers), which he edited.

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