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Vermont Magazine

  • Street: PO Box 900
  • Town: Arlington
  • Contact: Philip R. Jordan, Editor
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ENJOY, EXPLORE, EXPERIENCE VERMONT!

VERMONT Magazine is a bi-monthly magazine that focuses on what makes Vermont a special place to live and work in. Since 1989, VERMONT Magazine has featured the work of the state's most talented and well-known writers and photographers.

Six great issues every year!

IN EVERY ISSUE OF VERMONT MAGAZINE, YOU'LL FIND GREAT READING IN THESE DEPARTMENTS:

General Stores: The backbone of Vermont's towns and villages

Heritage: Profiles of Vermonters who have shaped the state's history and culture

People: Visits with Vermonters from a wide variety of backgrounds and professions

Folklife/History: Cherishing our state's tradtional ways

Farms: Tours of working farms include dairy farms, vegetable farms, farms with orchards, horse farms, goats farms....

At Work: Spend a day alongside a Vermonter...it might be in a blacksmith shop, an artist's studio, a veterinary clinic, a sawmill...the possibilities are endless.

At Home: Pay a visit to a newly-built home...or perhaps a recently-renovated farmhouse, or a camp or cabin that's been built in the hills, just for fun.

Gardens: A perennial favorite among Vermonters who have 'green thumbs.'


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After 30 Years, Teago General Store Changes Hands

A week after signing the store away, Chuck Gundersen sat in his blue apron at the butcher block near the dry goods shelves, describing how others viewed him during his 30-year tenure as proprietor of the Teago General Store.

 

“It always sounds to me like I’m the antithesis of what a general store owner should be,” Gundersen said, his freckled skin and white hair a testament to his 73 years. “People will say, ‘The guy never talks. He doesn’t smile very much. He’s very reserved.’ ”