One little part of my brain knows the bat in my house isn’t going to hurt me. But all the rest of me is like, I AM GOING TO DIE.
Baitfish pose a threat to native brook trout that have existed in Vermont ponds for thousands of years.
Members of the Vermont Climate Council agreed (not so regretfully) that paying for carbon emission programs will require a carbon tax.
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says many people are having problems with bears looking for food near their homes, and with the food scrap ban in effect the department is providing tips for people who are composting at home so they can avoid attracting hungry bears.
Vermont’s forests and wood products consume and store 45% of all of Vermont’s carbon emissions – both manmade and natural, VT Forest & Parks Commissioner Michael Snyder said on Common Sense Radio show on WDEV.
A $1 million federal grant will help the State of Vermont buy for more electric buses for public transportation.
Vermont’s native bees, including over 300 unique species and three that are threatened or endangered, are among our pollinators being impacted the most.
Weather-permitting, residents of Vermont saw the sun in the midst of an eclipse at sunrise on today.
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says deer fawns are being born this time of year and asks that people avoid disturbing or picking them up.
Many anglers, boaters, and other outdoor enthusiasts along the shore of Lake Champlain in Addison County, Vermont, and elsewhere, may not be familiar with the Spiny Softshell turtle with its melodious Latin scientific name Apalone spinifera.