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  • Think Globally, Ski Locally
  • Think Globally, Ski Locally

    A memorable hut-to-hut ski tour in Vermont … inspires a repeat
    All photos by Brian Mohr and Emily Johnson/EmberPhoto. Above: Skiing through a cave on day two. Is it possible to embark on a world-class skiing…

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  • Art of Flight
  • Art of Flight

    Artist Brian Collier aims to teach starlings, and humans, a thing or two
    Brian Collier’s artwork is for the birds. The St. Michael’s College professor has probably heard that cliché before, but it’s hard to resist applying…

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  • Prey Display
  • Prey Display

    Mountain Deer Taxidermy creates lifelike souvenirs for hunters
    Rodney Elmer is the first to admit a lot of people don’t like hunters. In the hunter-safety course he teaches, he always addresses this…

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  • From the Top
  • From the Top

    Some see fire towers as the Adirondacks’ crowning glory; others say they mar the real view
    Through a small break in the trees you can see it, but just barely. You charge ahead toward the gleaming silver tower squarely mounted at…

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  • The Value  of Vermont
  • The Value of Vermont

    At the first landscape auction in the United States, conservation makes cents
    Daan Wensing is a quick study. Since October 2009, the Dutchman has been making periodic visits to Vermont, trying to understand just what makes…

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  • Nature and Nurture
  • Nature and Nurture

    At Plymouth's Farm and Wilderness summer camps, it's all about simplicity and stewardship
    Back in 2002, author Frank McCourt offered an audience in New York City his philosophy on raising well-adjusted kids: “Give children nothing,” he said, “because…

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  • Burn After Asking
  • Burn After Asking

    Work: Floyd Van Alstyne, Forest Fire Warden, Barnard
    Floyd Van Alstyne remembers that at age 5, more than eight decades ago, all he wanted to be was a forest ranger. Today he…

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  • A Fuller World View
  • A Fuller World View

    Following in Bucky's footsteps, Vermont eco-designer John Todd aims to heal the planet.
    John Todd was just a boy, growing up on the north shore of Burlington Bay, Ontario, when his world seemed to collapse around him.…

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  • Snow Sleuths
  • Snow Sleuths

    Spotting wildlife, in absentia
    Traditional sportsmen know half the excitement of hunting is in the chase. As Vermont’s rifle toters track down deer, moose or coyote, they learn volumes…

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