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v. 8, no. 3: Chill Technologies


January 5th, 2021 by: Jesse Ritner

Chilling the Industry

Following World War II, snow was so valuable to Vermont tourism that a writer for Vermont Life called it “white gold.”[1] With snow, the author reasoned, people could ski. And when people skied, Vermonters profited. Today states throughout the country embrace this rationale. On October 12 of this year, after the first snow, Loveland, Copper,…

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