On Tuesday, January 13, about 45 people gathered in front of Mead Chapel for a “rejection rally” against the Keystone XL pipeline, joining over 130 rejection rallies nationwide.
Over the past few weeks, there was a flurry of construction along South Main Street where workers dug a trough and buried a natural gas distribution line leading to the College’s service building to provide the campus with a new source of energy.
Last week, the towns of Cornwall, Shoreham and Monkton voted against a plan to extend a Vermont Gas pipeline from Middlebury to Rutland. The pipeline would pass through their town land.
On Saturday, Nov. 16, students took part in “Tour de Fracked,” a bike ride organized to peacefully protest the Vermont fracked gas pipeline that is[...]
At a crowded hearing at Middlebury Union Middle School on Sept. 10, concerned citizens voiced their opposition to Vermont Gas’ proposed 43-mile pipeline from Colchester[...]
Community Council had its last meeting of the year on Monday, May 6 and has spent the last two weeks wrapping up agenda items from[...]
In one week, a student-created online petition to persuade the College to retract its statement of support for the proposed Addison County Natural Gas Pipeline[...]
During a public meeting at the Monkton, Vt. Firehouse on Jan. 10, Monkton residents did not hesitate to voice their opinions.