Volunteers gathered for “April Stool’s Day” in a small-but-distanced circle near the entrance to Wheeler Nature Park on April 10.
Drew Shatzer, a volunteer, girdles an invasive buckthorn tree on Saturday, April 24, cutting bark off a 4-inch-wide strip around the trunk and in doing so works to rid the land of that species.
On sunny, warm days, house flies hatch and buzz around homes and offices. These flies complete aerobatic stunts that easily evade human efforts at swatting or shooing. That aerial agility, so frustrating to the would-be swatters, is thanks to…
The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission is working with state to develop a comprehensive transportation improvement plan for Interstate 89 through Chittenden County.
The second part of the seed starting series, local garden expert Ron Krupp will guide virtual attendees through the late April stage of growing plants from seed. After planting seeds indoors in early spring, what’s next?
One spring, following heavy rain, I visited the Saint Michael’s College Natural Area hoping to capture exciting photographs of the rushing Winooski River. Rather than raging floodwaters, however, I found the river’s floodplain was efficiently…
South Burlington holds its first weed warrior event of the spring, Saturday, April 24, 9 a.m.-noon, on the Underwood parcel to celebrate Earth Day by removing non-native, invasive plants to improve wildlife habitat and biodiversity.
Unable to be returned to the wild, Erie has become an ambassador for her species, allowing visitors a rare chance for a close encounter with North America’s only harrier species.