We went downtown to see the Sabra Field retrospective at Frog Hollow. The show, which included other Vermont artists, is luscious. Pleasantly, the air conditioning was on. Unfortunately, the door to Church Street was propped open. There is a deep irony here: Sabra has spent her life making remarkable art about the Vermont landscape, yet that very landscape is imperiled by fossil fuel driven climate change. Air conditioning Church Street contributes to said climate change. I imagine the folks at Frog Hollow is a community treasure, showing some of Vermont’s very best artists and crafts persons. Why they act in such a destructive manner is a mystery. They also represent our State government which is supposedly addressing climate change. Those responsible for policy at Frog Hollow should know better.