Trees identified

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Saturday afternoon was pretty warm, but a gentle breeze off the river kept the black flies away as the group strolled from tree to tree, looking and learning to identify what they saw. Thanks to Kate Marquis, the Mass Service … Continued

Frohloff Farm history revealed

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Nearly fifty people packed into EQLT’s meeting space yesterday afternoon to learn about the history of the Frohloff Farm. Over the past year, Susan Gainley spent significant time working through the registry of deeds searching the ownership transfers since the … Continued

Fun at the Fair

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Saturday was a beautiful day on the Hardwick common for the 252nd Annual Hardwick Community Fair. Friday night was cool, but the temperature and brief shower didn’t deter folks from coming out to the common. The Fair was a great … Continued

Prince River BioBlitz

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  This past Sunday, May 4th, we had our first bioblitz, and it was a huge success! Over 30 dedicated explorers joined us in turning over rocks, grabbing wiggling salamanders, wading through streams, spying migratory birds, collecting mushrooms and lichen … Continued

Adventure with the Two Coots in a Canoe!

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On Saturday night a small but enthusiastic crew convened at EQLT’s offices ostensibly to talk about David Morine’s book Two Coots in a Canoe. As with any book discussion I’ve ever been involved with, the conversation included remembered highlights from … Continued