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Fourth-grade students from NewBrook Elementary School, in Newfane, Vt., released 28 brook trout into the Grassy Brook, in Brookline, Vt., on W…

A group of people learn how to make Ukrainian Easter Eggs during a clinic that was held at the Guilford Community Church, in Guilford, Vt., on…

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Using ingredients straight from your kitchen, these dyed Easter eggs make a fun and festive way to celebrate.

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Using ingredients straight from your kitchen, these dyed Easter eggs make a fun and festive way to celebrate. 

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Using ingredients straight from your kitchen, these dyed Easter eggs make a fun and festive way to celebrate. 

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This tutorial keeps things simple and relies on natural ingredients, which result in rich, jewel-toned dyes that cover the egg in a wash of color but also let the shell’s speckled beauty show through. Drawing on spring’s color palette for inspiration — from robin’s egg blue to daffodil yellow — the dye recipes shared here require little more than a few kitchen ingredients and a bit of patience.