Kingdom Trails (KTA) was recently selected to receive $27,380 in federal funds to provide 81 local kids with free instruction, bikes and trail time through the Kingdom East School District [KESD] summer camp, which runs through this Friday.
Littleton’s Adventure Ready Brands (formerly known as Tender Corporation) has a lofty goal: one million more girls enjoying the great outdoors by 2025.
While residents of Franconia expressed gratitude to an anonymous donor at last week’s public hearing to accept funding toward a planned new welcome center in town, they also expressed concern about what would happen if the project came in over budget, legalese and the timing of the construction, yet to be put out for bid.
DERBY — A new mountain biking trail is making its debut at Memphremagog Trails.
When Jud Kratzer, fisheries biologist with Vermont Fish and Wildlife’s St. Johnsbury office, started looking to add downed trees to streams in order to improve habitat for brook trout over a decade ago, many did not think it would work.
When Andrea Kane was growing up in Sutton, three miles from Lake Willoughby, her family car was an old Cotner-Bevington ambulance.
Zach Gilbert, who lives just outside of Boston, has been coming up to Sugar Hill for as long as he can remember; his parents own a second home in town and he loves to swim, boat, hike and ski in the North Country. So when it came time for his bar mitzvah a couple of years ago, he reached out to the Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust (ACT) to see if he could do a mitzvah project with them.
FRANCONIA, NH — Last week was a pretty big one for Cannon Mountain.