Artisan to old-fashioned, the tradition of the neighborhood meat market endures.
From his Winhall farmhouse, Travis Dobson travels New England to make a living as a classical trombonist.
A life full of crisp, perfectly exposed, frozen moments in time captured on film.
While there may have once been a town vs. gown separation between Bennington College and its neighbors—Bennington and North Bennington— that is fast closing.
Spring is the time when nobody can get enough.
The cushions that went on the lawn furniture have obviously served as maternity wards for various families of squirrels and they must go.
He is the furthest thing from a farmer. But he picked up a bad case of the tractor virus and there is this large meadow on his property that needs mowing once a year … and, well, you know.
It is a splendid combination of the history of a successful small-town Vermont business and of the foods that most Vermonters treasure.
More striking even than their appearance is the song they sing. Male Bobolinks warble a long, bubbly song. A song so inspiring it caught the ear of Emily Dickinson, who called the bobolink “the rowdy of the meadow.”