Hunter education courses are being held now

REGION – Vermont Fish & Wildlife says anyone interested in taking a hunter education course should consider doing so this summer, because fewer courses will be available in October and November. “Invariably many people are disappointed when they can’t find … Continued

Fishing access areas not safe for swimming

REGION – The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department reminds the public not to swim at fishing access areas due to safety concerns. The primary use of the fishing access areas is for launching and retrieving motorboats. The Vermont Fish & … Continued

Tick prevention tips

REGION – Ticks have been dominating news headlines from increased populations, to the diseases they carry (Lyme disease, Powassan virus, etc.), related meat allergies some may cause and more. The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) has put together tick prevention … Continued

Share the road with farmers: Be alert. Be patient. Be kind.

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REGION – Be alert. Be patient. Be kind. That’s the message state officials are sending to Vermont drivers this season, as farmers return to the roads with tractors and heavy equipment. The Agencies of Agriculture, Transportation, and Department of Public … Continued

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