A 360-Degree View for Newbury: Town Celebrates New Town Forest

A 360-Degree View for Newbury: Town Celebrates New Town Forest

A 360-Degree View for Newbury: Town Celebrates New Town Forest The top of Tucker Mountain in Newbury was cleared for pastures in 1810 and has remained open ever since. These grassy meadows have 360-degree views, abundant wildflowers, and excellent habitat for nesting...
Farmer to Farmer: Six Generations on a Newport Farm

Farmer to Farmer: Six Generations on a Newport Farm

In the early 1800s, the Wright family moved from England to St. Johnsbury. In 1837, George Wright, one of nine sons, bought a large tract of land in Newport Town because it featured an overflowing spring. He built a cabin near it, and later, a barn and a house. Soon...
New Farm Business to Revitalize Farmland in Calais

New Farm Business to Revitalize Farmland in Calais

Sam Ehrenfeld and Brooke Remmers were looking to buy farmland for many years. It took so long that they were on the verge of abandoning their dreams and going back to school for other careers. “We were about to call it a day,” recalled Brooke. Like many farmers...