Sense of Place
Our office is in a colonial-era building on the Fayville Branch of the Battenkill River in East Arlington Vermont. A beautiful flume cascades behind the building filling our office with its music.
Below the village, the Fayville joins the Warm Brook and Roaring Branches before spilling into the Battenkill at the foot of Red Mountain and heading due west toward its confluence with the Hudson. The Battenkill is highly-regarded by anglers and well-known for its cagey brown trout. It has shaped a beautiful valley, whose floor is among the oldest geological formations in North America.
We live in a small town because we value community and a clear sense of place. Landscape, open lands, farm-to-table culture and a sustainable way of life are important to us. But while we live in a rural locale, our experience, background and travels inform everything we do. New York and Boston are within a morning drive and we have done work for organizations from New England to San Francisco, Montana to Virginia. We are based in Vermont, but we maintain a national focus.
We invite you to learn more about us. Please let us know who you are.