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VERMONT- This year the Vermont Agricultural Hall of Fame celebrates 19 years of honoring farmers, producers, and people dedicated to supporting Vermont’s working landscape. Nominations will be accepted in three categories: Emerging Leaders, Ag Innovators, and The Lifetime Achievement Award. All...
Would-be gardeners can learn how to grow vegetables in a series of UVM master gardener workshops.
Would-be gardeners can learn how to grow vegetables in a series of UVM master gardener workshops.
Burlington- University of Vermont Extension Community Horticulture Program Master Gardener volunteers are hosting a free vegetable gardening education series on six consecutive Saturdays this spring.
“Learn to Grow Vegetables” will be offered weekly via Zoom, April 17 to May 22, from 9 to...
One-Minute Book Reviews By Laura Stevenson   “Fans”
Larry Olmsted
Algonquin Books, 2021   Sports fans, according to Larry Olmsted, “have been dissed.”  Think about football fans, hockey fans, basketball fans: regardless of...
Mount Snow has an excellent program for its staff to improve their skills. The sixth annual Hyde Academy was held at the Mount Snow Ski and Ride School Saturday and Sunday, March 27 and 28.   Begun seven years ago to honor the legacy of J.P. (Pat) Hyde, ski and ride pros are recommended by their...
WILMINGTON- April is both National Poetry Month and National Citizen Science Month.  Pettee Memorial Library is offering free programs and activities that celebrate the intersection of poetry and science.
Throughout the month a walk around the library lawn will lead readers through the...
State officials are urging hikers and bikers to avoid muddy trails during spring runoff.
State officials are urging hikers and bikers to avoid muddy trails during spring runoff.
VERMONT- The  Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation and its partners remind hikers of mud season at this time of year and ask for the public’s help protecting Vermont’s trails. This year, COVID-19 is still a dominant concern, even with more people vaccinated. FPR and partners are asking...
VERMONT- To celebrate the power of youth in changing the future, Military Kids Vermont and University of Vermont Extension 4-H have teamed up to sponsor a poetry contest for children ages 5 to 18.
The contest is being held in conjunction with April as the Month of the Military Child, an...
BRATTLEBORO- Five new exhibits open at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center  on Thursday, March 18, including an exploration of flowers as a way to mark loss; new work by Jennifer Mack-Watkins that, in the artist’s words, “(uses) aesthetics as a form of resistance against the erasure and...

Your Turn Sen. Christopher Bray
Vermonters face three crises: the first two are clear and present dangers—first, COVID-19, and second, the need to uphold the safe, lawful, just, and stable operation of government in Washington, DC and across the nation.
The third crisis is less obvious, yet more challenging and damaging...
BRATTLEBORO- Brattleboro Community Television has announced its producer award winners for 2020. BCTV’s annual producer awards ceremony was held virtually on Wednesday, December 9.
The Municipal Partner Award went to Patrick Moreland and Mike Bucossi,  for two departments of the town of...

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