John Roberts: Farmers can make change

JOHN ROBERTS OF Cornwall says that his organization is working with farmers, the state and consumers to solve water and soil quality problems in a way that keeps the dairy sector alive. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger

CORNWALL — John Roberts is the first executive director of the Champlain Valley Farmer Coalition, a Middlebury nonprofit that works on public policy in the areas of water quality, soil health, and

Give ice fishing a try this winter

ICE FISHING OPPORTUNITIES are close by, no matter where you are in Vermont. Ice fishing is a great way to enjoy the outdoors in winter, offering a fun, unique winter experience. Photo/Vermont Fish & Wildlife

VERMONT — As winter sets in, many Vermonters are preparing for one of the most popular cold weather pastimes in the state: Ice fishing.

Gusakov begins new era of recording with folk EP

NATE GUSAKOV STANDS by a snowy, stone bridge outside his Lincoln home with his electric banjo. Gusakov is releasing his newest EP “Many Mountains” today, Jan. 21, that he recorded with Annie & The Individuals last August in a barn, six-feet apart, with masks — COVID style. Gusakov is known for shredding on the acoustic banjo, but for this album he picked up the electric banjo for a whole new sound. Independent photo/Steve James

Back in the spring of 2020, Nate Gusakov had everything lined up to record his new EP “Many Mountains,” but then… COVID. 


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