Sipping cider

Sweet stuff, hard or as a cocktail By Bob Audette, Vermont Country Apple cider flavors can change from year to year and even from batch to batch, said Simon Renault, general manager of Scott Farm Orchard, who is in his third season at


‘Forest of Mystery’ is a fall treasure

By Chris MaysVermont Country Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center’s “Forest of Mystery” is a fun way to celebrate the fall season by hiking at night and taking in a haunting but humorous story. James and Jess Gelter, a couple from Brattleboro, have been

Botanical Vermont: What cures exist in your backyard?

Herbalists practicing in Southern Vermont By Patricia HerleviVermont Country correspondent When Brattleboro acupuncturist and herbalist Timothy Scott was earning his undergraduate degree in psychology and general health sciences, he found that the medical model he studied compartmentalized the mind and body. His


The other sweet science

These 3 Southern Vermont shops will tempt you with distinct treats that dare to go beyond mere maple (but they have maple stuff, too) By Gena MangiarattiVermont Country When we think of sweet things in Vermont, we tend to think of maple


Bennington Community Market freshening up downtown

$300,000 still needed in fundraising effort for fledgling grocery, bakery, event space By Isabel WissnerVermont Country BENNINGTON — A new Bennington Community Market aims to support local farmers while increasing the accessibility of fresh produce and goods to the region.  Aila West,

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