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Eversource explained its proposed Whitefield to Northumberland transmission line rebuild to the Whitefield Planning Board on Tuesday.
When I was young everyone in my family hunted and fished. In fact, when I was young, it seemed like everyone in Vermont hunted and fished. At Otter Valley, where I went to high school, absenteeism shot up during deer season. Going to deer camp was a rite of passage for most teenage boys. Almost all of my neighbors hunted and fished. On the other hand, I never knew a single person who trapped until years later when I moved to Montana. In Montana I occasionally worked with a neighbor who claimed to be a direct descendant of Kit Carson, and who was a trapper. In Montana I got to see trapping up close and personal. It wasn’t pretty.
MONTPELIER – Last fall the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department developed a new mobile application to help people recreate outdoors in a safe and socially distanced manner. The app, Vermont Outdoors, connects the public with department lands, fish and wildlife regulations, as well as up-to-date COVID guidance.
The ‘Windows To the Wild’ crew came to Newbury Monday to film a show about the Tucker Mountain Town Forest and the efforts of devoted volunteers who have labored to enhance and protect the mountain and the surrounding area for future generations to enjoy.
ORLEANS — One of the state’s premier wildlife watching opportunities is taking place in Vermont. Steelhead rainbow trout have started their upstream migration, leaping up waterfalls in a spectacular display of determination on their way to their spawning grounds.
Hunting and fishing are traditional uses of the National Wildlife Refuge System. The Silvio O. Conte National Fish & Wildlife Refuge (NFWR) welcomes people of all backgrounds and abilities to participate in recreational hunting and fishing.
MONTPELIER — The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department (VTF&W) says a disease affecting rabbits and hares previously found in western states may be moving eastward.