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When it comes to bass fishing, catch and release has become the norm. This has helped produce excellent angling on many waters, but on some it’s also resulted in an overabundance of stunted bass....


Enjoy a glass of wine with a couple who have decided to spend their retirement years learning how to nurture and blend cold-climate grapes from their own, young vineyard on Vermont’s Grand Isle...

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Each autumn, churches, fire stations and other community centers are home to community wild game suppers. Although the number of locations putting on game suppers has decreased over the years the...

Taking a walk in the woods can be more than just a time to experience the pretty sights and sounds of nature. The outdoors is a treasure trove of wild plants that are not only good to eat but can...

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For many outdoorsmen, spring in Vermont is like Christmas morning for a 5-year-old kid. You anticipate it for months, and when it finally arrives you want to jump right in with both feet. And...

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Almost everyone is familiar with wild edibles, such as berries and fiddleheads, yet our region is home to dozens of species of wild edibles that are far more flavorful and nutritious than what you...

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