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  • Apr 11, 2017

    Esri Partners Help Users Make the Maps That Run Their Towns

    Stone was recently featured in Esri's ArcGIS Spring Newsletter for our work in developing a holistic plan for downtown revitalization in Bennington, Vermont using ArcGIS to perform an environmental and infrastructure assessment and an interactive story map to gain community buy-in for the plan.

  • Apr 6, 2017

    Meet Our New Pollinator Expert!

    We're excited to announce that Leif Richardson, Ph.D. has joined the Stone team as a Senior Ecologist, bringing with him over 15 years of experience in diverse aspects of applied ecological and environmental science, including research on impacts of diet chemistry on bees and effects of land management practices on crop pollination by managed and wild bee pollinators.

  • Mar 9, 2017

    Esri Honors Stone for Exceptional Use of Story Maps

    We’re excited to announce that Stone has been selected as the winner of the 2017 Esri Partner Conference Best Use of Story Maps Award! This award recognizes Stone’s capabilities in data representation and visualization through our creative use of story maps to support area-wide planning efforts.

  • Feb 15, 2017

    Tile Drain Research and Development Gains Momentum in the Industry and at Stone

    Read about four projects we've been working on over the past year that are contributing to a better understanding of how tile drainage affects nutrient loading, and implementing innovative practices to mitigate this nutrient loading.

  • Feb 13, 2017

    City Market Celebrates Groundbreaking of South End Expansion Project

    Last week, City Market, Onion River Co-op celebrated a major milestone - the groundbreaking of its second store in Burlington's South End. Stone is proud to be part of City Market's South End expansion project as it moves forward with construction.

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