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ENVIRONMENT

WOODSTOCK — Voters at Town Meeting in 2020 approved a $2.8 million bond to upgrade the South Woodstock Wastewater Treatment Facility.But the lowest...

PLAINFIELD — The apple orchards of the Upper Valley thrived this year, and a warm fall has made apple-picking an especially popular activity...

WINDSOR — Morning glories in full bloom. Daily bounties of raspberries. Monarch butterflies lingering in the garden. Weeds shooting up from warm...

HANOVER — The “Green Team” at the Church of Christ at Dartmouth College is a hub of intergenerational climate activism. The youngest members are in...

LEBANON — Manufacturers of heat pumps, an increasingly popular option for New England homeowners seeking an eco-friendly alternative to fossil-fuel...

Fairlee pauses building around Lake Morey

10/5/21

FAIRLEE — The Fairlee Selectboard this week unanimously adopted a building moratorium around Lake Morey until it has a better understanding of the...

HARTLAND — A light, reddish soil covered the pastures that Stephen Leslie and his wife, Kerry Gawalt, found at Cedar Mountain Farm when they...

BRIDGEWATER — The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources fined the Old Mill Marketplace Owners Association $15,000 because it failed to maintain the...

Dartmouth expert sees lessons in drought

9/27/21

HANOVER — Wildfire smoke brought hazy skies and polluted air to the Upper Valley this summer, but they were also a harbinger of other drought...

GREENFIELD, Mass. — A Massachusetts man will soon find his story in a wilderness and environmental medical journal after surviving a gruesome...

LEBANON — Scores of volunteers are expected to help clean up 410 miles of riverbanks in the Connecticut River basin this weekend as part of the...

EAST BETHEL — A yellow excavator ambled over the uneven bed of the Second Branch of the White River as it rearranged boulders above the Hyde Dam on...

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