Tom Richardson

Vermont Considers Fish & Wildlife Board Changes

New bill would strip board of authority over fishing, hunting, and trapping rules.
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The Job Isn’t Done

The lower Charles River has worn many faces over the past 400 years, from toxic sewer to Boston’s natural treasure. But the restoration work continues.
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Wakesurfing Bill Passes Maine Legislature

Legislation seeks to protect wildlife and limit erosion on Maine lakes and ponds.
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Grants Awarded to Massachusetts Outdoor Programs

State to fund 21 different organizations to promote access and diversity in outdoors recreation.
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10 Great New England Boat- & Paddle-Camping Spots

A handful of great spots in New England where boaters and paddlers can pitch a tent and spend the night—or longer!
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Exploring the Lyman Reserve, Southeastern MA

A diverse coastal property that’s home to a variety of birds—and searun brook trout!
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Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council Offers 2 April Hikes

Public hikes will explore two properties in the Greater Providence area.
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David Byrne Lauds Penobscot River Restoration

Famous singer, artist finds project a source of good news.
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