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WESTFIELD & TROY, VT — Land along three miles of the Missisquoi River and its tributaries, as well as 50 acres of wetlands, have been protected the Vermont Land Trust and The Nature Conservancy announced recently. This is the latest in an ongoing effort by the two organizations to improve water quality in Vermont’s rivers that are a priority for clean water, biodiversity, and resilience to climate change.

Hildene educators have been busy creating four home study kits that children, eager to learn, will find both challenging and fun, from ponds to pollinators, indoors and out. Designed for children entering first through fourth grade, the kits are meant to spark curiosity and provide hands-on learning about the natural world. While supporting the Next Generation Science Standards, the kits provide opportunities for children to explore and make their own discoveries, while they are practicing skills such as asking questions, making careful observations, communicating outcomes and reflecting upon results.

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BROWNINGTON — Members of the Orleans County Historical Society decided last year to create an interactive walking path around the Old Stone House Museum grounds.