Planting to tasting

Planting to tasting

Students from Vermont Day School in Shelburne recently had a full farm-to-table experience to learn about “the importance of eating locally and seasonally, from a nutritional and environmental perspective,” according to teacher Brea Schwartz. Their field trip took them to Guild Tavern restaurant in South Burlington for a kitchen tour with Philip Clayton, executive chef/owner… Read More »

2018 Vermont Fish & Wildlife Calendar packed with critter photos, information

2018 Vermont Fish & Wildlife Calendar packed with critter photos, information

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and Vermont Life Magazine announce the release of the colorful 2018 Fish & Wildlife Calendar. Filled with photos of Vermont’s wildlife, including moose, the chestnut-sided warbler, Atlantic salmon, hooded merganser, and whitetail deer, the calendar includes photos by Vermont photographers including Roger Irwin, Jim Block, and Kurt Budliger. “This… Read More »

Eagle Scout projects have a big impact

Eagle Scout projects have a big impact

by Mary Ann Lickteig Eagle Scout projects are dotted all over Shelburne, and thanks to Shelburne Boy Scout Troop 602, four new ones are nearing completion. • Nate Brangan rehabilitated and rebuilt a quarter mile of Clarke Trail in Shelburne Bay Park. • Nathaniel Mick designed and coordinated the construction of four benches for Bay… Read More »

Getting together to remember

Getting together to remember

Generations of veterans gathered for a Veterans Day ceremony at the Trinity Episcopal Church in Shelburne last Friday. From left to right: Jim Donaldson, Jon Lowell, Art Kunin, Robert Lorenz, Sam Feitelberg, Jim Moore, Cullen Bullard, Don Condon, Jim Lovejoy, Tom Candon, Bud Ockert, and Paul Goodrich.

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