Alexia Allen ’96

I got an old Amish pony team to help expand our market garden. The team knows more about plowing than I ever will. They are voice-activated, solar-powered, reproduce themselves, their exhaust is fertilizer, and they are fully compostable. I have yet to see any electric car beat that. It’s a new phase for Hawthorn Farm. […]

Brian Kopperl ’82

Brian Kopperl ’82, Managing Partner of Renewable Energy Massachusetts LLC, has developed one of the three largest solar energy projects in Massachusetts, a 6 megawatt – 21,000 solar panel facility on a former gravel pit in Bolton, MA. The facility went on line in December 2013 after a 2- year lease/permitting/interconnection engineering/tax & power purchase […]

Virginia S. Shannon ’07

After graduating Middlebury, I launched right into a year-long training program for environmental campaigns and organizing called Green Corps and spent all of last year moving around the country with different organizations. I was first placed in Michigan City, Indiana to work on the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal campaign, followed by Denver for a clean […]