ⓘ Searsburg, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Searsburg, Vermont

Searsburg is a town in Bennington County, Vermont, United States. The population was 109 at the 2010 census.

Searsburg home six megawatt wind turbine owned Green Mountain power. The police of the city supported the power plants consisting of 11 towers on top of the ridge. The project is also an education and research center for the generation of the wind in the cold, northeast U.S. climate. Theres a new wind project planned near the existing Searsburg wind power plant. Iberdrola renewables proposed a 30 megawatt project, which consists of 15 turbines in Searsburg and Readsboro, on forest land service.

                                     
  • Somerset, and Wardsboro, and the Bennington County towns of Readsboro, Searsburg and Stamford. As of the 2000 census, the state as a whole had a population
  • Massachusetts Route 8, to VT 9 in Searsburg VT 8 connects the southeastern Bennington County towns of Stamford, Readsboro, and Searsburg VT 8 begins at the Massachusetts
  • and measurement tower in 1994. The company now owns the Searsburg Wind Farm in Searsburg Vermont Endless Energy Corporation, a wind farm development company
  • Whitingham and Wilmington in Windham County, Vermont to the east. The Bennington County towns of Searsburg north Woodford northwest and Stamford
  • Sunderland 518 Sandgate 482 Winhall 449 Peru 373 Woodford 279 Landgrove 225 Searsburg 161 Glastenbury 48 County Total: 21, 378 Bennington 8, 698 Manchester 2
  • National Forest and includes the high elevation Southern Vermont towns of Woodford, Searsburg Wilmington and Marlboro. Between February 24 and February
  • Rupert Sandgate Searsburg Shaftsbury Stamford Sunderland Winhall Woodford Wilmington Members of the Vermont Senate, 2005 - 2006 session Vermont Senate Districts
  • Sandgate Searsburg Shaftsbury Stamford Sunderland Winhall Woodford Somerset Wilmington Bennington Vermont Senate District, 2002 - 2012 Vermont Senate districts
  • summits the Green Mountains. The highway meets the northern end of VT 8 in Searsburg where the highway descends from the main range of the Green Mountains
  • public high school serving Bennington, Vermont as well as the towns of Shaftsbury, Woodford, Pownal, and Searsburg As of the 2015 - 16 academic year, the
  • Green Mountains. It is north of Searsburg with its principal thoroughfare, Somerset Road, running north from Vermont Route 9 up the Deerfield River valley
  • Houghton was a member of the state legislature in Vermont representing his hometown of Searsburg When North Adams was incorporated as a city in 1895