St. Johnsbury Couple Protects Forest for Wildlife

St. Johnsbury Couple Protects Forest for Wildlife

From a young age, Sally Schlueter knew she wanted to work with animals. Her career as a veterinarian began in Kansas and led her to Texas, Maryland, and Cairo. She landed in Vermont in 1994, where she now practices in the Northeast Kingdom. She and her husband Ric...
Organic Farm Realizes Conservation Mission in Danville

Organic Farm Realizes Conservation Mission in Danville

Vince Foy and Deb Yonker have farmed in the hills of Caledonia County for more than 30 years. Originally an organic dairy, today Lewis Creek Jerseys produces certified organic dry hay, haylage, and grass-fed Angus beef, as well as non-organic lamb and pork. They sell...
Dairy Farm Conserved in Derby

Dairy Farm Conserved in Derby

Brad and Gislaine Judd own a dairy near the northernmost exit of Interstate 91 in Vermont. Their 230-cow operation is split between two farm properties in the Town of Derby: their home farm on Herrick Road, which houses their dry cows and heifers, and a nearby farm on...
Farmer to Farmer: Six Generations on a Newport Farm

Farmer to Farmer: Six Generations on a Newport Farm

In the early 1800s, the Wright family moved from England to St. Johnsbury. In 1837, George Wright, one of nine sons, bought a large tract of land in Newport Town because it featured an overflowing spring. He built a cabin near it, and later, a barn and a house. Soon...