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10 Best Places to Visit in Vermont

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Why Young People Are Leaving Vermont

Nick Beauchamp. Ember Benatti. Emma Donahue. April 2016. Created as part of an AP English course at Middlebury Union High School (VT) where students work in small groups to engage their communities and be engaged by their communities by researching and presenting on an issue of social worth. Teacher: Tim O'Leary / toleary (@)

5 Best Things to Do in Vermont, New England | US Travel Guide

5 Best Things to Do in Vermont, New England, USA Visions of Vermont conjure tranquil forested mountains, lively ski resorts, and authentic maple syrup. Vermont is also home to Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory, the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory, VINS Nature Center, ECHO Leahy Center, and historic sites like the Ethan Allen Homestead and Hildene preserve. Here are the best things to do in Vermont, United States. 1. Billings Farm and Museum 2. Hildene - The Lincoln Family Home 3. Shelburne Farms, Vermont 4. Church Street Marketplace 5. Shelburne Museum GET MORE INFORMATION - Subscribe ➜ SHARE this Video: ➜ Also check another playlists.. Tourist Attraction in United States ➜ Tourist Attraction in America ➜ Tourist Attractions in Asia ➜ Tourist Attractions in Europe ➜ Tourist Attraction in Australia ➜ Backsound: Source: Source Images:

The Remarkable Historic Beauty of Vermont

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Russo Family Farm, Vermont Jeremy Russo is the sixth generation to run the family dairy farm in North Rupert, Vermont. Drawing inspiration from their grandfather, the Russo’s learned to produce some of the best milk in the country. The Russo’s transitioned to organic in 2012 and continue to treat the land and the animals with respect and care. The future of Russo Family Farm is stronger than ever.

Small but beautiful: Do you know where Vermont's name comes from? Can you name the 2 U.S. presidents born in this state? And would you know the state's - probably - most famous culinary treat? Find out the answer to all these questions in our newest state video with Stephanie Lyons from the Economic/Political Section of the U.S. Embassy.

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