On a perfect summer day, 40 foresters gathered on woodland in Rupert. They were here to learn more about managing forests with ash trees, given the threat of Emerald Ash […]
In her 44 years of farming in Monkton, Norma Norris put her family farm at the heart of the community. She and her husband started out dairy farming in 1973. […]
Dan Arguimbau recalls visiting farmers as a kid in Massachusetts. He’d go with his father, George, who was then an office manager for the USDA. “I love to talk to […]
Sally Schlueter grew up on a Kansas farm with horses, dogs, and cats. She raised sheep and goats as part of her local 4-H youth club and loved walking along […]
Prospect Mountain in Woodford Tucked away in the small town of Woodford sits Prospect Mountain Nordic Ski Center, a network of 30 kilometers of skillfully groomed trails with consistently good […]
Cliffords have been farming in Starksboro since the family first arrived from Scotland in 1790. “What history has told us,” says eighth-generation farmer Eric Clifford, pointing east from his kitchen […]
Kingdom Heritage Lands at 20 Years Twenty years ago, the largest land sale in modern Vermont history resulted in the protection of some 132,000 acres of woods in far northeastern […]
Jim Bicknell shared a photo of the post-and-rung chairs he makes out of white ash.
Bob Hoffman shared this photo of a beautiful white ash tree on the common in Rutland.
Bob Hoffman shared ash logs from his Barnet woodlot with Maine basketmaker Bill Mackowski.