This Friday and Saturday, thousands of volunteers will fan out across the four-state Connecticut River watershed to pick up tons of trash and debris from rivers and shorelines as part of Connecticut River Conservancy’s (CRC) 25th annual Source to Sea Cleanup. For more information about the C…
MONTPELIER — Vermont State Game Wardens are asking Vermonters with information about fish and wildlife crimes to submit them through the Operation Game Thief program.
While vacationing recently on the Maine coast, I admired many nice gardens. Many of them had hedges or fences, more than I am used to seeing in rural New Hampshire.
There are a handful of events hosted by the Friends of Pisgah over the next few months.
Vermont’s 2021 hunting season for ruffed grouse or “partridge,” runs from Sept. 25 through Dec. 31. The daily limit is four grouse with a possession limit of eight.
DUMMERSTON — Green Mountain Conservancy’s new Shoulder Trail at the Deer Run Nature Preserve in Dummerston is complete. To celebrate, GMC is hosting a grand opening event on Sunday, from 1 to 5 p.m.
Most gardeners do some composting. Some folks compost anything that once was part of a living plant, often mixing it with barnyard waste; they turn and aerate their piles and make terrific compost in record time.
Vermont’s youth waterfowl hunting weekend, coming up Sept. 25 and 26, is designed to create a lifelong passion for the outdoors and a commitment to wildlife conservation in young Vermonters.
MONTPELIER — The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is reminding successful bear hunters that a regulation requires them to submit a bear tooth so wildlife managers can collect important information on Vermont’s bear population.
BRATTLEBORO — Registration is now open for Connecticut River Conservancy’s (CRC) 25th annual Source to Sea Cleanup, set for Sept. 24-26.
In the late 19th century, Paleontologist Edwin Barbour collected dozens of mysterious fossils — symmetrical, spirals up to seven feet long, their tops sticking up from eroding bluffs. He called them Daimonelix, Greek for devil’s corkscrew. Because he found plant fibers in the fossils, Barbou…
WINDSOR — The Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation (FPR) in partnership with Ascutney Trails Association (ATA) announced the completion and opening of a new multi-use trail on Mount Ascutney. The 8-mile Norcross Trail provides a link for mountain bikers and hikers between the…