From Steve Zind and Vermont Public Radio:
There are an estimated four thousand sites in Vermont that are considered â€˜brownfieldsâ€™.
They range from old gas stations to closed down mills and factories.
Developing these properties is complicated by concerns about contaminants in the air, soil or water.
At a meeting last week sponsored by the Vermont Environmental Consortium, there was a lot of talk about how developing brownfield sites is a team sport…