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RUTLAND | Green Mountain National Forest (GMNF) officials reminded the public that snowmobile season ended in the GMNF on April 15. Read more

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I’m a hiker and while spring is the time to emerge from Vermont winter’s cocoon, it’s not quite ready for us primetime players, hikers that is. Read more

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RUTLAND | Vermonters will see smoke in the sky above the Green Mountains in April. There’s no need to panic because the planned fires will be under control and watchful eyes by Green Mountain National Forest (GMNF) crews. Read more

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RUTLAND | U.S. Forest Service officials in Vermont are encouraging the public to purchase Christmas tree removal permits should they be interested in a $5 tree for the holidays. Read more

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With rifle season upon us, the Eagle and the U.S. Forest Service officials at the Green Mountain National Forest (GMNF) are encouraging the public to use caution and to be visible and mindful of their surroundings in the coming weeks. Read more

Editorials

MIDDLEBURY — In case it has escaped anyone’s attention, mud season is an annual occurrence in Vermont. Read more

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On behalf of the Green Mountain National Forest and the National Incident Management Team, I want extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all local communities for your assistance during the 2016 National Rainbow Family gathering. Read more

Letters to the Editor

We generally try to stay out of the affairs of our neighbor to the east. Read more

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The Rainbow Family of Moving Light has been described by some observers as one the most desultory families on planet Earth. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY – As Vermont dries out following winter each year, fire hazards often present themselves in April. Read more

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RUTLAND — Green Mountain National Forest officials in the Rutland office said that the agency will conduct burns of up to 300 acres in the protected forest. Read more

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RUTLAND — U.S. Forest Service officials in Vermont announced that two prominent cliff sites on the Green Mountain National Forest’s (Rochester and Middlebury Ranger Districts have been temporarily closed. Read more

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