LIVING

Poison Ivy: What you Need to Know

Last week we were walking at a wildlife refuge that majestically overlooks the Rhode Island coast. We immediately noticed parents with young children brushing up against the numerous poison ivy plants that…

The Best Foods to Donate to Local Food Banks

It’s always a good time of year to donate to your local food bank. Money and volunteers are almost always needed. Frequently, local supermarkets put large bins by the door for non-perishable…

Boston Blossoms

  Spring in Boston means an explosion of vibrant colors. The soft pinks and bright whites of the magnolias and cherry blossoms are complimented by amazing yellows from the forsythia and daffodils.…

Vertical Living in Vermont

Al Robertson, a resident of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, chose to live vertically long ago, and has been doing so for almost 15 years. How does he do so, you ask?…

surviving winter

A New Englander’s Guide to Surviving Winter

Some people love snow and cold weather. They thrive on outdoor activities no matter the temperature. Some think winter is glorious for the December holidays but wish it would disappear by January…

Limited Edition Fine Art Photography: Thoreau’s Walden

We’re delighted to share with you dramatic and stunning New England themed fine art photography. Thoreau’s Walden Pond is an iconic place in history, literature and ecology, and still inspires us today.…

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