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  • Bill and Lou part of GMC’s sustainable practices

    Important Community Bulletins

    POULTNEY-Controversy struck two weeks ago when Green Mountain College in Poultney decided to slaughter its two long-time working oxen.
The governor, on Monday Oct. 22 agreed with the college's choice. He too owns an operatin ...

  • Green Mountain College named to Princeton Review’s Green Honor Roll as part of Best 377 Colleges Publication

    Local News

    Green Mountain College is seeing an increase in new student enrollment this fall. GMC President Paul J. Fonteyn believes he knows why. "We set the pace for the sustainability movement in higher education and we are not goin ...

  • GMC appoints Bosley as new director of athletics

    Breaking News

    Green Mountain College announced July 20 that Keith Bosley, currently the Senior Associate Athletic Director and Women's Head Soccer Coach at Husson University, has been named Director of Athletics at Green Mountain College. ...

  • A partnership for the hungry

    Columns  > Opinion

    Green Mountain College Farm and Food Project and Salvation Farm team up to research quick-frozen produce Green Mountain College's Farm and Food Project is partnering with Salvation Farms, a not-for profit based in Morrisvil ...

  • Green Mountain College discovers tower clock

    Important Community Bulletins

    When Green Mountain College's facilities director Glenn LaPlante made a routine inspection of the College's Ames Tower a few weeks ago, he made a startling discovery. Carefully scratching away paint on the surface of the eas ...

  • The Feick Arts Center spring season: Inaugural student exhibits

    Local News

    The William Feick Arts Center at Green Mountain College proudly announces the first ever student solo exhibitions for the spring season. The Feick is setting the mark for becoming the region's hub of creativity and education ...

  • The Feick Arts Center spring season: Inaugural student exhibits

    Local News

    The William Feick Arts Center at Green Mountain College proudly announces the first ever student solo exhibitions for the spring season. The Feick is setting the mark for becoming the region's hub of creativity and education ...

  • Green Mountain College to adopt Power of Three zero-waste recycling program

    Important Community Bulletins

    Green Mountain College reaffirmed its commitment to being a leader in sustainability by joining Casella Waste Systems Power of Three closed loop recycling initiative. The Power of Three is Casella's newest solution for its c ...

  • A Green Mountain College Christmas

    The Green Mountain College Choirs, Festival Brass and guest musicians will present their annual public holiday concert in Ackley Hall at GMC in Poultney. Lively music for the season, with audience carol singing. Highlights i ...

  • Mixed-media sculptor Jake Beckman uses Tropical Storm Irene as inspiration for residency

    Features

    POULTNEY-The William Feick Arts Center at Green Mountain College is pleased to announce the successful culmination of artist Jake Beckman's residency on campus. The sculpture that grew out of his residency project-the façade ...

  • Green Mountain College class designs home for Champlain Valley Native Plant Restoration Nursery

    Local News

    POULTNEY-As Americans look for creative ways to grow their own food in community gardens, vacant city lots, or reclaimed suburban land, access to water, electricity and an adequate storage area for tools all present imposing ...

  • News briefs from the Lakes Region 12.22

    Local News

    Holiday decorations are scarcer If you notice that fewer homes in the Lakes Region seem as exuberant in their outdoor decorations, blame local vandals. Since before Halloween, this strip of western Rutland County seems hard ...

  • Annual Fall Concert at GMC

    The Green Mountain College and Community Concert Band will perform their annual fall concert in Ackley Hall. Under the direction of Prof. James Cassarino, the ensemble will perform works by Gabrieli, Giovannini, Vaughan Will ...

  • GMC to Host Public Talks from Scholars in Residence

    Green Mountain College welcomes Dr. Tyrone Hayes and David Blittersdorf, President/CEO of AllEarth Renewables, as this fall's scholars in residence for the College's graduate degree programs. Both will give public lectures d ...

  • Speech on Discoveries in Vermont

    Archaeologist Dr. John Crock will provide a free public talk titled "9,000 Years of History Under the Champlain Bridge and Other Recent Discoveries in Vermont Archaeology"  in the East Room of Withey Hall at Green Mount ...