Meet the Reformer Columnists

Richard Davis

Richard (Wednesdays, Opinion page) is a registered nurse and executive director of Vermont Citizens Campaign for Health. He writes from Guilford and welcomes comments at rbdav@comcast.net.

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Carol Egbert

Terri (Weekend Reformer, Food page) is a cooker, writer and painter living in the Upper Valley. She can be reached at http://www.carolegbert.com.

Recent columns.

Fish

Fish (Wednesdays, Towns page) is the morning talent on Classic Hits 92.7 FM. He also offers up his opinion on-line at www.whatda hell.net. E-mail him at fish@wkvt.com.

Recent columns.

Henry Homeyer

Henry (Thursdays, Towns page) is the author of three gardening books. You may contact him at www.henry.homeyer@comcast.net, or P.O. Box 364, Cornish Flat, NH 03746. His Web site is www.Gardening-Guy.com.

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Becky Karush

Becky (Fridays (usually), Weekend Reformer) is award-winning (NEAPNEA) freelance writer for the Reformer. She writes the weekly Our Neighbors column, spotlighting local notables in the community. She can be reached at reformer.ourneighbors@gmail.com.

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Meg Mott

Meg (Tuesdays, Opinion page) teaches political theory at Marlboro College. She writes from a yurt in Putney.

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Julie Potter

Julie (Weekend Reformer, Food page) is a wife, mother of two, avid gardener and passionate cook who believes good food doesn't have to be complicated.

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Tristan Roberts

Tristan (Tuesdays, Towns page) is Editorial Director at BuildingGreen, Inc., in Brattleboro, Vermont, which publishes information on green building solutions. You can reach him at Tristan@BuildingGreen.com.

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Bill Schmick

Bill (online exclusive) is a Fulbright Fellow who holds an MBA from New York University and a certificate in Financial Planning from Kaplan University. He can be reached via e-mail at Bill@afewdollarsmore.com.

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Diana Whitney

Diana (twice-monthly, Weekend Reformer) is a writer, yoga teacher, and mother of two young girls. She lives in Brattleboro with her family. You can contact her at dianaspiltmilk@gmail.com.

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The Brattleboro Reformer also features a rotating group of columnists which appear throughout the month, including:

Dan DeWalt (Thursdays) is a local writer from Newfane. His column appears twice-monthly.

Bob Engel (Mondays) writes a semi-regular column on motorcycling. He writes Countersteering from Marlboro, where he lives with his motorcycles, wife and cat.

Moss Kahler and Cindy Sterling (Mondays) write monthly columns on recycling. They can be reached at mosski@ comcast.net or sterling.cindy@gmail.com.

Chace Perkins (weekends) is a junior at Bellows Falls Union High School. His column appears monthly.

Patti Smith (weekends, once a month) is a naturalist at the Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center. The View from Heifer Hill, a feature on the nature of our region, appears in this space the first Saturday of each month. Patti welcomes your feedback at grayfox@vtrocket.com.

Tim Stevenson (Mondays) is the Founding Director of Post Oil Solutions. He writes the monthly Building Sustainable Communities column.

Morgan Webster (Mondays) works as Brattleboro Area Prevention Coalition's Communications Coordinator and writes the monthly Matters of Substance column.

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