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By Dominique Gatto It’s winter in Vermont, which is the perfect reason to get out of the classroom for a little bit of fresh air and hit the slopes. Learning outside of the classroom presents new and exciting challenges for students with disabilities, creating a…

A year ago, Mike H. Burke (longtime Vermont Adaptive volunteer) and his daughter, Maggie (Vermont Adaptive’s managing director), lost Ellen, a wife and mother dedicated to caring for others—whether it was her children, extended family, as a guardian-ad-litem, or simply helping a friend in need…

WHY ARE YOU HERE? I’m here because I love working with people. I love the outdoors and bringing the two together is the perfect combination. HOW DID YOU GET HERE? HOW DID YOU GET INTO THIS? I started out as an English major and realized…

When Mike Murphy returned to his home mountain of Sugarbush Resort in 2008 to celebrate the resort’s 50th anniversary, a simple four-day trip turned into a four-week stay—and then some. During that period when he was “visiting,” he discovered the resort’s Cabin Cat Adventures—one of the…

WHY ARE YOU HERE? I cherish outdoor recreation, and what it does for my physical and mental health is super helpful. I want everyone to be able to experience that and feel the benefit of it regardless of their abilities. HOW DID YOU GET HERE? HOW…

  CLICK THROUGH TO MAKE YOUR #GIVINGTUESDAY DONATION TODAY For the fourth year, Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, a nationally recognized nonprofit in Vermont that provides sports and recreational programming on a daily, year-round basis to people with disabilities, will participate in the world-recognized charitable…

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