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Did you miss spring? Well, go farther north or climb higher, such as onto the Hoosac plateau. Specifically, try a section of the Mohican-Mohawk Trail.
Gene Chague gets into the new funding from a license plate, Berkshire Beagle Club competition and a ground-breaking agreement between the DFG and Army Corps of Engineers.
There is something in this book for everyone, especially if you are a local history buff. It covers the period from the Holocene Glacial Retreat, some 12,000 years ago, to present day.
After over 38 years of state service, Marion E. Larson retired in early March from her position as Chief of MassWildlife’s Information and Education Section.
You are unlikely to see anyone you know or, for that matter, anyone, on Ragged. It’s a remote location, clothed in spruce/fir forest unique in Berkshire to it and to the Greylock summit.
In this week's Woods and Waters column, Gene Chague reviews the Silvio O. Conte Awards Banquet and a study of the Swift River.
Gene Chague gets into the nitty gritty of what knowledge it takes to excel at fly fishing in this week's Berkshire Woods and Waters column.
A visit to Bartholomew’s Cobble, the Trustees of Reservations’ property in Sheffield on the Connecticut border, is always a treat, but mid-April to mid-May is a special time when the ephemeral wildflowers are in bloom.
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Lauren R. Stevens took a stroll through Canoe Meadows in Pittsfield for this week's Hikes & Walks column.