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Weather predictor ... or not?

11/8/18

The wooly bear caterpillar is one of the most recognizable insects found in North America. This is partly because of its large size and relative...

Wander along the dusty Desert Trail

11/1/18

I felt every drop of sweat make its way down my face, neck and back as I stared down the rattlesnake, its beady eyes locked with mine, daring me to...

There’s a hierarchy in the cattle world

10/26/18

‘Which one is the dominant animal?” my husband, Bruce, asked over the phone. Without hesitation, I said, Topper. We had pastured a small herd of...

A new appreciation of Italian heritage

10/24/18

After my breast cancer diagnosis and as I was going through what would be more than a year of treatments that included chemotherapy and radiation,...

Prepping for winter

10/13/18

‘The great news in backyard birding is that the chickadees are already appearing at local feeders in good numbers!” said Nancy Schofield, a bird...

Leaf peeping time

10/10/18

It’s autumn, a time when our attention is drawn to leaves because of the spectacular pallet which their changing colors create on the landscape. In...

Early fall is a perfect time to pick your own apples, when the air is as crisp as the fruit. Here are N.H. Fruit Grower’s Association members where...

Every year, it gets harder for Holly Kimball to come up with fresh ideas for the corn mazes at Beech Hill Farm.After 20 years, it has become a bit...

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