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How do I love thee? Let me count the ... steps. That is, the many new steps that have been installed on the trails in Stevens Glen.
Gene Chague takes you all over in this week's Berkshire Woods and Waters column, touching on a variety of upcoming events worthy of your time.
This week in Berkshire Woods and Waters, Gene Chague catches up on a pair of MassWildlife programs for novice women hunters and junior conservationists. Also, a Steller's Sea Eagle appears to have gotten lost in the US.
Looking for a New Year’s Day hike? May I suggest Tyringham Cobble?
What were some of the more interesting subjects we covered last year? Unfortunately, I can’t touch on them all but here are some of the more memorable ones:
In this week's Berkshire Woods and Waters column, Gene Chague goes deep on the settlement by Barnhardt Manufacturing Company, which allegedly spilled gallons of hazardous acid in Colrain.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation outlines three potential routes than an approximately 2-mile stretch of path could could take in North Adams, from Protection Avenue to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.
Looking for a short holiday hike this season, as the weather turns colder, Hikes & Walks columnist Lauren R. Stevens things a night trip up to Laura's Tower would make for quite the spectacle.
While deer hunting numbers are a little slow coming in this season, Berkshire Woods and Waters columnist Gene Chague recalls a wild memory from sitting on his stump about 40 years ago.
Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck wears earphones as he rides in an Army helicopter on December 17, 1966 in Vietnam over the central V…