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Fungi in the Forest

Enfield, New Hampshire

When rain has fallen in New England this year, it has not come quietly or left quickly. The resulting dampness has produced a remarkable display of mushrooms and other fungi everywhere you go.

By Allison Flint | August 23, 2012
Cole Pond and Trail, Enfield, New Hampshire

A Moderate Hike to a Hidden Pond

Allison Flint and her friends revisit an old childhood haunt for the first time in over a decade.

By Allison Flint | May 23, 2012
Is Cycling the Next Big Thing?

The Northeast Velodrome & Cycling Park, Londonderry, New Hampshire

With traffic congestion, pollution, child and adult obesity on the rise, could a return to the once popular sport of cycling help our environmental and fitness recovery?

By Mark B. Oliver | May 09, 2012
An Art Gallery on the Front Steps

In an artist colony like Provincetown, Massachusetts, it’s hard to walk a hundred feet without happening upon an art gallery or a store that has original art, usually locally generated.

By Eric Allen | February 10, 2012
Newfangled Christmas Trees

A New Design Company Introduces Eco-Holiday Trees

Festive Tree is a small innovative design company out of New Hampshire that has just launched its online store featuring unique, artisan built Holiday Trees.

By Mark B. Oliver | December 15, 2011
The Legacy of the Shakers

The Shaker Museum, Enfield, New Hampshire

Visit the Enfield Shaker Museum and connect with their communal spirit.

By Allison Flint | November 15, 2011
Year-Round Adventure in the White Mountains

North Conway, New Hampshire

New Englanders have been making the winding trek up Route 16 to enjoy the charms of Mount Washington Valley since the early twentieth century.

By Rhiannon L. D’Angelo | May 13, 2011
Baby It’s Cold Outside

The Snowstorm of January 12, 2011

On January 12, 2011 a snowstorm hit most of New England, bringing with it heavy snowfall.

By Mark B. Oliver | January 14, 2011
Forests of Azure Yield Musical Salvation from Fellow New Englander

Singer-song writer Ray LaMontagne, hailing from the dusty backwoods of northern New England has just released his third folk-rock album, “Gossip in the Grain,” under RCA Records.

By Daniel Bindschedler | July 23, 2010
New Hampshire

The Granite State is home to Mount Washington – the highest peak in New England at 6,288ft above sea-level. The White Mountain National Forest links the Vermont and Maine portions of the Appalachian Trail, which is just one of New Hampshire’s national treasures.

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