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High on a hill off a dirt road in Shaftsbury is Wing and a Prayer Farm, where Tammy White lovingly raises Angora goats, rescued alpacas, and Shetland, Cotswold, Merino and Cormo sheep. The animals aren’t raised for the freezer—but rather for fiber. White, a fiber farmer...

I recently stumbled upon East Bethel Road after taking a wrong turn in Randolph Center. Dave, Phoebe and I were heading north on Interstate 89 back from my sister's place in New Hampshire when we decided to get off the highway and meander over to...

Travel through any town in Vermont and you'll eventually come across a barn. The barn might be rectangular, round, renovated or dilapidated. Barns, in any shape or size, are an integral part of our working landscape and essential to understanding Vermont's agricultural roots. How many barns...

How would you describe November in Vermont? If you asked me that question 10 years ago, I would have told you that it was dark, dreadful and depressing. Right now we're in the middle of  "Stick Season" in Vermont, when the leaves are mostly gone...

I haven't been outdoors with my camera in a while. Life has been hectic (in a good way) over the past few months, and photography has been at the bottom of my list. Now that it finally feels like spring, I'm hoping to get outdoors...

Over the weekend I traveled to Lincoln, Monkton and Bristol, which are three small towns in Addison County. These communities, located west of Vermont's Green Mountains and east of Route 7, are showing some of the most vibrant fall colors I've seen so far this...