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Business, Agriculture, Cultural and Historic Damage Assessment

Working with local, regional and state-wide organizations, ACCD has developed an online form to ensure consistent and collaborative collection of damages to businesses, agriculture, historic and cultural resources in the event of a major regional or state-wide event.

If you are viewing this page, there is no disaster pending. However, now is the time to prepare to ensure that all is ready in case of an emergency.

Media Visits

Media members visit Ben & Jerry's, Waterbury, VT.

The Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing (VDTM) can work with some media members to help plan or book their visits in Vermont.

Depending on the publication or news organization, and nature of the planned coverage, VDTM may be able to assist with itineraries within Vermont, lodging or admission to various attractions and destinations.

Editorial Support

Editorial support provided by VDTM.

The Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing (VDTM) is staffed to assist journalists and travel writers in attaining the information and content they need to complete tourism-related pieces that they are working on. We realize that not everybody can always travel to Vermont, so we have resources on hand to offer the media and writers editorial support.

Partners

Vermonters and visitors alike care about our historic resources. Volunteers, craftspeople, businesses, organizations, and agencies work to identify, restore, preserve, and utilize these resources. All are essential partners in Vermont’s preservation movement.

Resources and Rules

Preservation Laws and Regulations   

Do you have a project that needs a State or Federal review? If your project is on federal or state land, or is receiving federal or state funds, permits or licenses, your project WILL need to be reviewed by our staff at the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation (VDHP).

Planning for Preservation

Historic preservation does not happen by chance, it requires the proper planning, foresight, and education to ensure the protection of Vermont’s historic resources. Effective preservation involves partners and the concerted involvement of many individuals and organizations. With a broad-based effort, thousands of historic resources can endure as landmarks to narrate this brave little state’s distinct sense of place. 

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