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Home ::: Vermont

Population: 625498

Total Males: 308429
Total Females: 317069
Median Household Income: $ 54168
Total Households: 256830

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of Vermont in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Albany Alburg
Arlington Ascutney Athens
Bakersfield Barnard Barnet
Barnumsville Barre Barton
Beebe Plain Beecher Falls Bellows Falls
Belmont Belvidere Center Bennington
Benson Berlin Bethel
Bomoseen Bondville Bradford
Brandon Brattleboro Bread Loaf
Bridgewater Bridgewater Corners Bridport
Bristol Brookfield Brookline
Brownington Brownsville Burlington
Cabot Calais Cambridge
Cambridgeport Camp Johnson Canaan
Castleton Cavendish Center Rutland
Charlotte Chelsea Chester
Chester Depot Chittenden Colchester
Concord Corinth Coventry
Craftsbury Craftsbury Common Cuttingsville
Danby Danville Derby
Derby Line Dorset Dummerston
East Arlington East Barre East Berkshire
East Burke East Calais East Charleston
East Corinth East Dorset East Dover
East Dummerston East Fairfield East Hardwick
East Haven East Middlebury East Montpelier
East Orange East Poultney East Randolph
East Ryegate East Saint Johnsbury East Thetford
East Wallingford Eden Eden Mills
Enosburg Falls Essex Essex Jct
Essex Junction Fair Haven Fairfax
Fairfield Fairlee Fayston
Ferrisburg Florence Forest Dale
Franklin Georgia Gilman
Glover Grafton Granby
Grand Isle Graniteville Granville
Greensboro Greensboro Bend Groton
Guildhall Guilford Hancock
Hardwick Hartford Hartland
Highgate Center Highgate Springs Hinesburg
Huntington Hyde Park Hydeville
Irasburg Island Pond Isle La Motte
Jacksonville Jamaica Jeffersonville
Jericho Johnson Jonesville
Killington Lake Elmore Lincoln
Londonderry Lowell Ludlow
Lunenburg Lyndon Lyndonville
Manassas Manchester Manchester Center
Manchester Ctr Manchester Village Marlboro
Marshfield Mendon Middlebury
Middlesex Middletown Springs Milton
Monkton Montgomery Montgomery Center
Montpelier Moretown Morgan
Morrisville Moscow Mount Holly
New Haven Newbury Newfane
Newport Newport Center North Bennington
North Clarendon North Concord North Ferrisburg
North Hartland North Hero North Montpelier
North Pomfret North Pownal North Springfield
North Thetford North Troy Northfield
Northfield Falls Norton Norwich
Orleans Orwell Panton
Passumpsic Pawlet Peacham
Perkinsville Peru Pittsfield
Pittsford Plainfield Plymouth
Post Mills Poultney Pownal
Proctor Proctorsville Putney
Quechee Randolph Randolph Center
Reading Readsboro Richford
Richmond Ripton Rochester
Roxbury Rupert Rutland
Rutland Town S Burlington S. Burlington
Saint Albans Saint George Saint Johnsbury
Saint Johnsbury Center Salisbury Saxtons River
Searsburg Shaftsbury Sharon
Sheffield Shelburne Sheldon
Shoreham Shrewsbury So Burlington
So. Burlington South Barre South Burlington
South Hero South Londonderry South Newfane
South Pomfret South Royalton South Ryegate
South Strafford Springfield St Albans
St Johnsbury St. Johnsbury Stamford
Starksboro Stockbridge Stowe
Strafford Sunderland Sutton
Swanton Taftsville Thetford
Thetford Center Townshend Troy
Tunbridge Underhill Vergennes
Vernon Vershire Waitsfield
Wallingford Waltham Wardsboro
Warren Washington Waterbury
Waterbury Center Waterford Waterville
Websterville Wells Wells River
West Burke West Charleston West Danville
West Dover West Dummerston West Fairlee
West Glover West Halifax West Hartford
West Newbury West Pawlet West Rutland
West Topsham West Townshend West Wardsboro
West Windsor Westfield Westford
Westminster Westminster Station Weston
Weybridge White River Jct White River Junction
Whiting Whitingham Wilder
Williamstown Williamsville Williston
Wilmington Windham Windsor
Winooski Wolcott Woodbury
Woodstock Worcester
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: Vermont

Basic History

The Vermont region was explored and claimed for France in 1609, and the first French settlement was established in 1666. The first English settlers moved into the area in 1724. England gained control of the area in 1763 after the French and Indian Wars. In 1777, Vermont adopted its first constitution, abolishing slavery and providing for universal male suffrage without property qualifications. Not until 1791, after many delays and misunderstandings and, most important, after the dispute with New York was finally adjusted in 1790, did Vermont enter the Union. It was the first state to be admitted after the adoption of the Constitution by the 13 original states.

Environmental History

Common trees of Vermont are the commercially important sugar maple, the butternut, white pine, and yellow birch. Other recognized flora includes 15 types of conifer, 130 grasses, and 192 sedges. Two plant species, the milk-vetch and northeastern bulrush, are now endangered. Native mammalian species include white-tailed deer, coyote, red fox and snowshoe hare. 6 animal species are now listed threatened or endangered in Vermont, including the Indiana bat, the bald eagle, and dwarf wedgemussel.

Green Initiatives

In addition to their Energy Audit Program, Vermont offers various tips and resources to increase energy efficiency, in terms of gas and electricity consumption, at homes or businesses. It provides technical assistance and financial incentives to Vermont household and business to increase their energy efficiency. The state has developed eco-friendly home-cleaning products; encourages purchase of green products and appliances that are Energy Star rated; promotes construction of LEED Certified Green Homes and provides educational resources, advocacy tools and a credible green standard for home builders. Vermont is ranked as the greenest state in the nation, largely due to its green policies. It releases the fewest carcinogenic toxins and has the smallest carbon footprint in the country. Vermont Academy is on top of their eco-conscious practices and policies with a Bottled Water Initiative, composting, recycling, organic and local source movements. Other development and maintenance programs are guided by principles of land and energy conservation, by forest and wildlife habitat preservation, and by maintaining Vermont’s water quality and aesthetic beauty. They have sound Recycling Programs and Biodiesel Initiative in place. They are committed to reusing, recycling and treating waste through innovative techniques in a concerted effort to minimize impact on the environment.
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