Projects

Conservation Law Foundation

Conservation Law Foundation’s dedicated Vermont office engages in effective advocacy and legal action to address the most critical environmental challenges facing the state and region. Four issues in particular: the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant, thermal efficiency, water quality, and the development of clean, renewable energy sources are current priorities for which the Lintilhac Foundation ..

Read More >

Middlebury College

Grants from the Lintilhac Foundation to Middlebury College have supported important research and initiatives that deepen understanding of the Lake Champlain region and work towards a more sustainable future. Two key projects in recent years have been the renovation of Hillcrest Environmental Center and development of the lake research vessel David Folger. The Hillcrest renovation ..

Read More >

Vermont Public Radio

Support for quality journalism that encourages participation from its audience and accommodates a broad range of bias and context is an important priority for the Lintilhac Foundation. Programs such as Vermont Public Radio’s Switchboard, the long-running news and call-in show that stopped airing in 2007, and Democracy Now (hosted in Vermont on WDEV) are examples. ..

Read More >

Vermont Public Interest Research Group

In recent years the Lintilhac Foundation has developed an increasingly strong interest in advocacy, particularly on issues of energy and the environment, and works closely with one of the state’s most successful watchdog organizations, the Vermont Public Interest Research Group (VPIRG). VPIRG’s mission is to “promote and protect the health of Vermont’s environment, people, and ..

Read More >

The University of Vermont

Of all the organizations supported by the Lintilhac Foundation the roots run deepest at the University of Vermont (UVM), which with over 11,000 students is Vermont’s largest educational institution. Phil Lintilhac graduated UVM in 1963 and has been a professor of plant biology there since 1976. Crea earned her master’s in science teaching in geology ..

Read More >