Raised beds are a great way to minimize effort and maximize enjoyment of vegetable and flower gardens.
The week of May 22-28 has been designated National Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week to help increase public awareness of this tree-killing beetle and the damage it can cause to all species of native ash trees within the Fraxinus genus.
It’s mid-May, and I’m still sitting under the same oak tree waiting for the dark purple light in the east to begin gradually succumbing to the pale green and blue of a mid-spring morning.
Green Up Day 2023 photos
In the midst of a climate crisis, many people are interested in forests’ ability to help mitigate climate change by sequestering and storing carbon.
The selectboard voted unanimously to lower the weight limit for the temporarily repaired bridge which was closed since April 25 after a hole was discovered in it.
As part of an ongoing recovery project, wildlife officials have announced the annual closings of cliffs where peregrine falcons nest across Vermont.
Shortly before noon on Sunday morning Don Stevens saw a small bear, about 100 pounds, playing with his bird feeder.
Just as greenhouses in Vermont produce salad greens in March and zucchini in April, pineapples flourish under glass in the Azores at the same latitude as Richmond, Virginia. Plantations in the Azores have been exporting the tasty tropical treat since 1864.
Charlotte is a town that’s proud of its trees. You might even go so far as to say it’s a tree-huggin’ town.
If we historians wish to study a particular time period, there are often multiple sources we can consult.
A proposed solar farm in Charlotte would see about 12,500 panels lined in rows across 21 acres on Lake Road.
A confused and garbled selectboard meeting began on Monday with at least 15 minutes of discombobulation as the online broadcast cut in and out.
As I enter the 64th spring of my life, the contrast of age and youth is more apparent than ever.
Blueberries are a popular backyard fruit. Once established, they will provide lots of delicious, healthy berries for many decades with proper care.
You may have heard of jumping worms, sometimes referred to as “snake worms.”
As more people start raising their own backyard chickens — whether to enjoy the ultimate in local eggs, or…
Did you know that Vermont was the first state to designate a day of the year to clean up litter along the roadsides?
Tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum) have been on our tables and in our gardens for so long, it’s nearly impossible to think of them as growing in the wild. Once upon a time they did just that.
It’s finally spring (never mind any snow still on the ground).