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  • Oct 25, 2018

    City of Montpelier, Vermont Wins Competition for a Free Implementation of ArcGIS Hub

    Stone Environmental has chosen the City of Montpelier for implementation of a web-based technology for community engagement using Esri’s ArcGIS Hub technology. Stone will be providing their community service and innovation hours to support the development of a citizen engagement website so that the City can take advantage of the latest tools to better inform its citizens.

  • Sep 27, 2018

    Stone Environmental and the Employee Owners of Vermont (EOVT) Raise Funds for Vermont Food Bank

    As October is Employee-Ownership Month, Stone combined forces with the Employee Owners of Vermont (EOVT) to raise funds for the Vermont Food Bank, which helps provide nutritious food for our friends, neighbors, and family members in need in Vermont.

  • Jul 21, 2018

    Stone Environmental's Participation in Montpelier BioBlitz 2018

    We are thrilled to have sponsored the Montpelier Bioblitz on July 21-22, 2018! For 24 hours, biologists and members of the community (including our in-house pollinator expert, Leif Richardson, Ph.D.) banded together to survey and catalog all flora and fauna in Montpelier, while round-the-clock activities for all ages happened in Hubbard Park and the North Branch Nature Center.

  • Jul 18, 2018

    Stone's Leif Richardson Interviewed on Vermont Public Radio

    Senior Ecologist Leif Richardson, Ph.D was interviewed on Vermont Public Radio about the recent sightings of the Fernald's bumblebee, Bombus fernaldae in Vermont. While relatively common elsewhere in the northeast, Bombus fernaldae's presence in Vermont is notable--as is its behavior.

  • Jun 8, 2018

    Vermont Transportation Flood Resilience Planning Tool Receives Awards

    Stone was honored to have been awarded both the GIS & Data Science Project of the Year from the Vermont Center for Geographic Information, and the American Council of Engineering Companies of Vermont (ACEC/VT) Grand Award for our part in the Methods and Tools for Transportation Resilience in Vermont project. In collaboration with Fitzgerald Environmental, DuBois & King, and Smart Mobility, Stone created a web-based application that identifies bridges, culverts, and road embankments within watersheds that are vulnerable to flood damage, estimates the risk to those features, and offers mitigation measures. The application is available through a variety of web-browsers and devices for free use.

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