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5th Annual 5K Run and Free Fair Celebrate Earth Day in Londonderry, NH
Start of 5K race. Photo courtesy of LOCO Sports and Stonyfield.
On Saturday, May 16, 2015 Stonyfield, local, organic yogurt maker, in collaboration with LOCO Sports, will host the fifth annual Stonyfield Earth Day 5K & Fair. The event will take […]
By Peter Huntoon
“Autumn Road” was painted by Peter Huntoon in October, 2013. This painting holds a special memory in his heart, full of love and meaning.
By Jessica Barber Goldblatt
Weeds are many homeowners’ and gardeners’ biggest enemy. Roundup and other chemicals may seem like a weapon in the arsenal against weeds. However, they can leach into fruits and vegetables. They also run off and trickle down into groundwater. There are better, safer ways to prevent and control weeds […]
By N. R. Mallery
My deck was built twelve years ago. Since that time I have used a number of finishes on it, none of which was satisfactory. The last one I used was put down three years back, and I was so disappointed that I power-washed it off. The cedar wood of […]
NECI on Main Seasonal • Farm-Partners • Local • Sustainable
Tapas and a glass of red wine.
By N. R. Mallery
With our highlights on Montpelier’s goal as the first net-zero capital in the country, we thought it was fitting to include a Montpelier landmark for our dining in the […]
By Roddy Scheer and Doug Moss
Skin cancer is by far the most common form of cancer in the United States, with more new cases each year than breast, prostate, lung and colon cancers combined. And the rate of newly diagnosed cases of the most deadly skin cancer, melanoma, has tripled over the […]
By Davis Jones
Photo by botahoratiu/istock
Yeah, we are what we eat, but an Amy isn’t an amitraz, and a Ted shouldn’t be a tetrachlorvinphos. It’s an unfortunate truth that many of our favorite fruits and vegetables contain pesticide residue. Even more unfortunate is how consumers are expected to decipher the health effects themselves. […]
Braydon Burt, a 15-yea-old student at Sugar River Valley Regional Technical Center in Claremont, NH
By Braydon Burt
The Earth is over 4 billion years old, and in those 4 billion years, modern humans have only been around for 200,000 years. The early Earth was devoid of oxygen, but full of carbon dioxide. […]
By Blaine Friedlander, Cornell Chronicle
Making a stride toward reducing carbon emissions, Cornell University has agreed to purchase all electricity generated by the proposed Black Oak Wind Farm in Enfield, New York, which is pending municipal approvals. This purchase represents 20% of the university’s total annual electricity use […]