Thank you to our great supporters!

Abracadabra Coffee Co. in Woodstock offers a full coffee menu with seasonally changing signature drinks and house-made syrups. You can find out what else they have by going to
BALE (Building A Local Economy) is a solution-focused community resource center for local economic initiatives in the White River watershed. You can find out more at
Brocklebank Craft Brewing is a one-and-a-half barrel nano-brewery in Tunbridge that proudly brews Rooney's Irregular Stout. Find out more at

Carlita's Cantina

Carlita's Cantina on Chelsea Street in South Royalton serves Caribbean-style fare with a bar menu featuring over a dozen local beers and a diverse cocktail menu. Learn more at

Chandler Center for the Arts in Randolph has been a cultural anchor for the community for over 100 years by presenting live music, theater, comedy and the visual arts. Learn more at
Chef's Market in Randolph offers organic, local and ethically sourced produce and provisions. Find out more at or call 802-728-4202.

Crossroads Bar and Grill

Crossroads Bar and Grill on Rainbow Street in South Royalton. Eat, drink and relax with friends in a laid-back atmosphere. Open 4pm to 2am daily. You can call them at 802-763-2002.

Dandelion Acres Garden Center in Bethel offers products and services for all of your gardening needs. You can learn more at or by calling 802-234-6622.
Day Breaks Glass Teaching Studio in Bethel is a woman-owned maker space offering workshops and classes in a variety of applied arts and and crafts, taught by experienced artist instructors. You can learn more by going to

The Environmental Justice Law Society

The Environmental Justice Law Society is a student organization whose purpose is to help build capacity for action within the Vermont Law & Graduate school community as well as nationally and internationally in order to further the environmental justice movement.

EyeCare For You in Bethel where the doctors and staff provide individual patient care, convenient eye examination, treatment for ocular diseases and a full selection of eyewear and contact lenses fitted by certified professionals. You can go to to find out more.
First Branch Coffee Co. located at 228 Chelsea Street in South Royalton is a speciality coffee roaster and cafe. You can learn more by going to
The Frankenburg Agency in Randolph is a family owned business that's been providing Vermonters with personal, commercial and farm insurance coverage for over 50 years. You can find them online at
Green Mountain Bikes in Rochester sells new and used bikes as well as biking gear and repair service. Go to to learn more.
Greenvest offers socially responsible investing in Vermont so you can align your investments with your values. Find out more at

Howvale Farm

Howvale Farm in Tunbridge is a certified organic dairy selling raw milk and humanely raised veal. Lucy and Rob Howe at Howvale Farm urge you to buy local, eat fresh and drink it raw. Learn more at

Integrity Energy Solar Professionals in East Bethel provides residential and commercial solar system design, installation and service in Vermont and New Hampshire. Learn more at
The Kumon Reading and Math Center of the Upper Valley in Norwich helps students master basic math and reading skills through individualized learning for a wide range of abilities and ages. Find out more at
Ladder 1 Grill & Pub at 8 South Main Street in Barre offers a fully stocked bar with of wine, liquor, domestic beers and micro brews as well as a complete menu from prime rib to pizza and 25 appetizers for take out or dining in. Learn more at

Thank you Daniel Liebowitz

Luna Bleu Farm in Royalton is a diversified organic farm offering beef, pork poultry and produce. To learn more about Luna Bleu Farm and its Community Supported Agriculture Program you can go to

Thank you Dave Mascovetta

Thank you The Law Offices of Mayer & Mayer in South Royalton

Moon & Stars is a non-profit organization based in South Royalton that strives to connect community, traditional food and the arepa-making process. You can learn more about its mission at


MountainFolk is a non-profit presenter of live music in Central Vermont.

Murphy Builders, LLC.

Murphy Builders, LLC. with over 42 years of experience in general contracting
and timber framing; from new construction to historic renovations. You can contact
Murphy Builders by emailing:

The Norwich Bookstore has been serving book lovers in the Upper Valley of Vermont & New Hampshire since 1994.The Norwich Bookstore is locally owned, community focused and proudly independent. You can learn more at
Outpatch in Tunbridge creates and sells stick-on patches designed by local artists and donates 1/2 of the profits to local non-profits in the places each patch represents. You can learn more at
The Playhouse Movie Theater in Randolph is a non-profit that has been providing thoughtful entertainment and social engagement in a local shared setting for over 100 years. Go to for more.

RB's Deli

RB's Deli in South Royalton offers a wide variety of groceries, salads, prepared
lunches and dinners. You can also order subs for pickup by calling 802-763-2411.

Thank you Robin Reynolds

Royal Trail Works, owned and operated by Tom Wells and based in Royalton, is a construction company dedicated to the enhancement of skiing and riding within the ski industry. Learn more at

Thank you to the Royalton Prudential Board

Thank you to the Royalton Recreation Committee

The Salisbury Flower Shop in Randolph is a family owned business that offers a wide selection of flowers and floral arrangements for all occasions with delivery available in Randolph and the surrounding communities. Learn more by going to or call 802-345-3869.
Seven Stars Arts Center in Sharon is a non-profit dedicated to nurturing a love and understanding of the arts and serving the local community by providing diverse educational opportunities and performances. Learn more at

The Law Offices of Sheehy, Furlong & Behm in Burlington and Norwich

Solaflect in Norwich manufactures and installs backyard solar trackers helping homeowners combat climate change.Learn more by going to
SolarFest is a non-profit that has been supporting energy education through the arts since 1995 with its annual music festival, related workshops and community action. You can go to to learn more.
The South Royalton Market offers organic and conventional foods, locally grown produce, bulk foods, ready-made meals and more. Learn more at
Strategic Data Flows in Barnard designs and builds custom databases for their customers. You can learn more at
The Tunbridge General Store offers a wide variety of groceries, locally produced artwork and crafts, a variety of sandwiches and prepared hot meals with a rotating menu of daily dinner specials. You can learn more at
Tunbridge Hill Farm is a small-scale diversified vegetable farm. You can learn all about Tunbridge Hill Farm and its Community Supported Agriculture Program at
The Union Agriculture Society presents agricultural demonstrations as well as exhibits of livestock, produce and other farm products for the public benefit. The Society also presents the Tunbridge World's Fair every September. More information can be found at
Upper Pass Beer Co. in Tunbridge is a farmhouse brewery with multiple taps and 4 packs available at Carlita's Cantina in South Royalton. Find out more at
Vermont Law & Graduate School-You can learn all about its curriculum, mission and values at
ScanVT is a small, home-based business that provides high quality digital scanning for individuals and businesses in Vermont. If you have photos, slides, negatives, artwork, documents, or anything worthy of protecting, ScanVT is your trusted local source. Scanning allows you to archive and share your family history, and owner Brenda Roberts will treat your irreplaceable items as if they were her own. Located in Bethel, visit for more information.

White River Land Collaborative

White River Land Collaborative in Tunbridge is a farmer-led, community -driven
initiative with the mission of building a resilient land-based economy rooted in
equitable land access, collaborative relationships and community involvement.

Thank you to the White River Unified School District

The White River Valley Herald covers the people and events of the communities in the White River watershed. Published weekly, it can also be viewed online at