By Joe Rankin The honey bee is an introduced species in North America. It’s only been here about 400 years, brought by English colonists who found none after stumbling ashore and then promptly put in an order with their backers back home. The honeybee, more…
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Vermonters are now able to recycle household batteries by bringing them to over 100 drop-off sites statewide.
National Battery Day celebrated, Feb. 18
Call2Recycle, Inc., North America’s largest consumer battery stewardship organization, and the…
By Thomas Ames, Jr.
“The Boke of St. Albans,” a 15th century sportsman’s handbook, decreed that only a nobleman could hunt with a falcon, but a mere yeoman might settle for a goshawk. “In the talons there was death,” wrote T. H. White, who famously…
Courtesy of VINS
As previously printed, this mega-mammal stands in the meadow at VINS, though now it has a snowy surrounding, depicting an Ice Age-like environment.
Thursday, Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. — QUECHEE — On Thursday, Feb. 4,…
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State News 21 November, 2018