To many Americans, the state of Vermont is synonymous with environmental stewardship.
Long before Vermont became a household word with the adoption of civil unions for gay couples in 2000, and the exciting presidential campaign of Howard Dean three years later, Vermont was recognized nationally as a leader on the environmental protection front.
After all, this is the state that banned ugly highway billboards and started an annual Green-Up Day decades ago. The state that took the lead in protecting the landscape from the "Anywhere USA" look with the passage of Act 250 in 1970.... Read more
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