All posts by: Kelly Nottermann

By Janice St. Onge, Flexible Capital Fund “Our mission hasn’t changed,” said Greg Georgaklis, founder of Farmers To You, “but the world has.” Launched in 2009, Farmers To You connects farmers and food producers in Vermont to customers in the...
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By Kelly Nottermann, Flexible Capital Fund, L3C Nils Behn vividly remembers sitting in class at Harwood Union High School and deciding that he would use his time on this planet to have a positive impact on the environment. “There was...
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Used for decades in Europe, TimberHP by GO Lab brings wood fiber insulation to the Northern Forest By Kelly Nottermann, Flexible Capital Fund, L3C An architect and a chemist walk into a paper mill… It’s an unlikely partnership in an...
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After a 20-year hiatus, the next generation of DesLauriers are at the helm bringing new ideas, energy, and the labor of love to the resort. By Kelly Nottermann, Flexible Capital Fund, L3C Even though it’s October, Lindsay DesLauriers’ skis are...
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Made from recycled glass, Glavel will begin manufacturing foam glass gravel at its Essex facility this fall. By Kelly Nottermann “The built environment is responsible for nearly 40 percent of greenhouse gas emissions,” said Rob Conboy, founder and CEO of...
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Pulmac Systems International Brings the Information Age to Pulp and Paper The pulp and paper industry is not known for its cutting-edge technology or pushing the frontiers of innovation. In fact, little has changed in the 150 years since wood...
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Eating fresh, local greens during the winter months can be a challenge but Ceres Greens of Barre, VT, an early stage vertical farming company, is working to supply fresh, local produce to institutional and food service customers year-round. The Flexible...
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Farmers To You is changing the food system to change our relationship with food On a cold Tuesday, music plays from a radio and workers wheel shopping bags around in a circle lined with incredible looking food items fresh from...
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Let your tastebuds do the buying this holiday season Eating Local Means Eating Better I know most of you have heard about the importance of eating (and shopping) local. It’s better for your health. It keeps more money in the...
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