VERMONT

Coverage of Vermont from New England Public Radio, NPR, and other NPR stations.

A registered grower plants hemp in a Vermont field in July 2019.
ELODIE REED / VPR

In Vermont, the number of farmers growing hemp has more than doubled since last year. 

Researchers at the University of Vermont are hoping to give nature a hand in fighting a deadly parasite devastating moose populations in Vermont.

The region's largest dairy cooperative will impose a new pricing system in January in an effort to curb excess milk production.

An advocacy group for Vermont migrant farmworkers is pressuring the Hannaford supermarket chain to join a program designed to get more money to dairy workers.

As Massachusetts considers changing the way it handles young criminal offenders, it is looking at what’s happening north — specifically, to Vermont.

Vermont is the first state to raise the age above 18 for when someone criminally charged goes to juvenile court, expanding what it’s doing in hundreds of lower level criminal cases now.

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