Towns need to plan for emerald ash borer now

We have learned from municipalities in the American Midwest that the more time a town or city has to plan for the removal or treatment of ash trees on municipally managed lands, the better they are able to manage the financial costs and impact of the beetle.

‘A Celebration of Trees’ opens March 24

In collaboration with the Middlebury Tree Committee, “A Celebration of Trees” is the new exhibit on view beginning tomorrow, March 24, at Sparrow Art Supply in Middlebury, next to the waterfall and down the stairs.

Lincoln arborist leads women into trees

Bear LeVangie has made it her life’s work to study trees and be a proud steward of their health and longevity in her own Lincoln community and beyond.

Raising awareness about Emerald Ash Borers

Vermont, along with the rest of the country, will recognize National Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week, May 22-28.

Help wanted identifying Vermont’s biggest trees

When hiking in Vermont’s woods, have you ever been wowed by a larger-than-average tree?

Volunteers needed for tree planting

Lewis Creek Association is looking forward to planting trees on about 3.5 acres of land along Lewis Creek in Ferrisburgh.

Students invited to share their Tree-mendous stories

Grade K-8 students, including homeschoolers, are invited to share their appreciation for forests and trees by creating an original story and artwork for the Growing Works of Art contest.

Letter to the editor: Lamenting the loss of native foliage trees

I have a concern about our town. I know the construction mess in Middlebury is temporary but we have removed so many trees our town is losing its New England beauty. The maples in front of the old municipal building, the maples that lived between the libr … (read more)