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Vermont’s traditional trout fishing season opens Saturday, April 11, and despite lingering snow cover, the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says anglers can still have fun and be successful early in the season while following COVID-19 safety precautions.
Thump. Thud. Something was hitting our window! It was a bright red cardinal flying at his reflected image in the glass – which he perceived to be an intruder in his territory.
Green Up Vermont announced last week their plan to postpone Green Up Day from May 2 to May 30 to ensure the health and wellbeing of those involved.
During the current public health crisis, getting outdoors close to home and connecting with nature is an excellent way to help maintain mental and physical health.
“What makes the desert beautiful … is that somewhere it hides a well.” — Antoine de Saint-Exupery, “The Little Prince.”
In a time when helicopter parents are smothering their kids with supervision and attempting to childproof the entire world, Mud City Adventures is using the mountains, forests, rivers and ocean to teach them how to adventure safely.
Waterbury’s summer day camp is designed to deliver the best bang for your buck. It gives children a wide variety of stuff to do all summer, and the director of parks and recreation, Nick Nadeau, has been working hard to improve it every year.
Our newsroom may be quiet as we practice social distancing, but our staff are still hard at work bringing the news that matters most. We’re scattered throughout Vermont, Pennsylvania and Maine, staying safe and working from our kitchen tables, home desks and more.
Sterling College in Craftsbury is looking to prepare people for what future might hold.
Stowe Free Library is now closed to the public until further notice, to help ensure the health and safety of its staff, visitors and community.