VT forests losing 1,500 acres a year

By Cyrus Ready-Campbell VTDigger.org Vermont is losing 1,500 acres of forest a year and New England as a whole is losing nearly 24,000 acres annually, according to a report released Tuesday by forestry researchers at Harvard University and the University of Vermont. “Over the last decade,” UVM forestry professor and report co-author Bill Keeton said,… Read More »

New Dead Creek Visitor Center opens

New Dead Creek Visitor Center opens

The grand opening of the new Dead Creek Visitor Center at the Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area in Addison begins at 5 p.m. on Sept. 28. Dead Creek in Addison is known for its wildlife viewing and waterfowl hunting opportunities. Thousands of people visit every year to watch the fall migration of snow geese and other birds, to enjoy… Read More »

Be aware: Foliage season brings break-ins

As fall hiking and tourism season approaches, Vermont State Police troopers remind citizens to refrain from leaving valuables in plain view inside their vehicles while enjoying the outdoors. This includes purses, handbags, wallets, cash, cellphones, computer devices, hiking equipment, etc. Continuing efforts begun earlier this year, troopers with the Williston barracks will be patrolling Chittenden… Read More »

This weekend is Youth Waterfowl Hunters’ Weekend

Young Vermonters age 17 and under can give waterfowl hunting a try this weekend, hunting ducks and geese in the Lake Champlain and Interior Vermont waterfowl hunting zones (15 and under in the Connecticut River zone). According to Vermont Fish and Wildlife officials, the youth hunter must have a Vermont hunting license and must be… Read More »

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