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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 […] Crowns the Greenest School’s Basketball Arena

DALLAS, March 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ —®, one of the longest-standing online energy comparison websites, is a big fan of college basketball and saving energy. With the first round of Division 1 men’s basketball games set to tip off this Thursday, they decided to take a look at some of the top basketball universities in […]

The Art of Cross Country Skiing

by Roger Lohr

Cross country (XC) skiing is a terrific way to enjoy the great outdoors in winter. The pleasures of XC skiing can take your mind off the stresses of the daily grind, whether you seek the solitude of solo skiing or are spending some quality time with family and friends. It’s also a […]

Loon Snowmakers Cut Electricity Use by One Third

New snow making equipment at Loon Mountain in New Hampshire.

By Tamsin Venn

Many New England downhill ski areas are taking steps to reduce energy use. Loon Mountain is a leader in that effort in New Hampshire. In the past three years it has cut its electric bill by a […]

Craftsbury Outdoor Center Opens New Sustainable Touring Center Facility

By Roger Lohr

The owners of the Craftsbury Outdoor Center have an ambitious goal of becoming 100% carbon neutral.

The Craftsbury Outdoor Center in Vermont announced the opening of a new facility to house its Touring Center, as well as a café, fitness room, waxing room, meeting space and more. This structure was built […]

Along the Trail

by Peter Huntoon.

“The slender cross country skis sing their striding song to the towering trees, rapt in attention. Gliding through the Vermont woods on fresh snow may be pretty close to heaven. But I have to admit, so is painting. On this one I was carving out shapes like a […]

GET Outdoors

By-Ways & Waterways are Pathways to the Environment

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Summer is a wonderful time for water fun, if you know where to go and what to do there. There are literally hundreds of sites with various activities in New Hampshire and Vermont, far to many to print in this publication. What we can do […]

Tips for Safety at the Swimming Hole

Hiking and swimming in a naturally beautiful setting is popular in the Northeast … plus it’s free! Photo by inbetweenblog.

Summer is here, and with temperatures rising, many Vermonters will be seeking out the sweet relief of a cooling dip at their local swimming hole. While there are many managed beaches and swimming areas […]

Olympians Take Stand about Climate Change

By Roger Lohr

Andy Newell, US Ski Team and Olympic competitor in cross country skiing, created “Athletes for Action” before he set off for the Sochi Olympics. The idea was to coordinate athletes to encourage definitive government action on climate change. “We’re expecting more out of Washington and from world leaders,” he commented.

Newell recently […]