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Weybridge author tells the story of change in Vermont

Doug Wilhelm, the Weybridge author of 17 books for young readers, has recently published a different type of story outlining the work of Vermont nonprofits and The Lintilhac Foundation. This latest book is called “Catalysts for Change.” Independent photo/Steve James

Doug Wilhelm’s latest book, “Catalysts for Change: How Nonprofits and a Foundation Are Helping Shape Vermont’s Future,” shows how Vt. nonprofits are shaping the future.

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