Stories & Galleries
The unfolding story of any place has countless facets. This emerging collection of stories about Burlington includes a wide range of media types and sources. Creators and contributors include community members, UVM faculty and students, and soon, students from local schools. While the range of topics here is broad, they have a consistent theme: Burlington's landscape and the community's relationship to it. Ideas for this page? Write to Inés Berrizbeitia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The story of the deep ravine that once ran through the city.
From Cereal to Can Openers: Historic Industries along Pine Street, by Karyn Norwood
This set of photos includes the Champlain Thrust Fault, the Salmon Hole, the Redstone Quarry, and more.
Video and Audio
Geologist Stephen Wright talks about the forces that formed our landscape, both geological and human.
A narrated slideshow created by Rick Moulton for Main Street Landing.
This oral history project presents stories about the intervale from farmers, fishermen, hunters, ecologists, and others.
This silent film reveals some fascinating glimpses of Burlington's landscape as it was nearly a century ago.
UVM graduate, Eric Schwer, created this movie with a camera mounted on an aerial drone - giving us completely unique perspectives on our city.