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.

Hiking Vermont’s hillsides is a great way to enjoy a spring day, but the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department and Audubon Vermont recommend people check to see if the area they are planning to hike or climb is open.

The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network, whose members refer to it as CoCoRaHS, is an organization of volunteers of all ages and backgrounds who measure rain, hail and snow and record these measurements on the group’s interactive website.

On a warm, rainy April night a few years ago, I drove up our muddy, rutted dirt road through the mist, steering around the wood frogs hopping across the road.

Last Friday night, March 26, about 30 amphibian enthusiasts gathered on Pond Road in Shelburne to help amphibians to safety in the wetlands next to Shelburne Pond.

Stowe is prepared for bears. A year after state wildlife officials singled out the town as having the state’s highest concentration of bear sightings and calls to rangers and wardens, local conservationists are getting their message out early.

When my sisters visit from Ireland, I try to play tour guide, but I’m occasionally at a loss for what to do next. During a visit in the late 1990s, my sister Grace said she would love to see a beaver. At that time, I lived close to a beaver pond and often quietly waited for beaver sightings.

Despite lingering snow cover, the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says anglers can still have fun and be successful early in the season.

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is recommending removing bird feeders by the first of April so as not to feed bears emerging from their winter dens.

Building on almost two decades of trail management, Stowe Trails Partnership continues to establish its legacy as stewards and advocates for trails in the community. Through these efforts, the partnership aspires to increase access to Stowe’s natural beauty, and by extension, the incredible …

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