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The Nature That Surrounds Us

The White Oak

Imagine you are playing Family Feud and the host asks, “What do you most associate with New England?”

By Mark B. Oliver | July 06, 2011
The American Mastodon

New England’s Extinct Giant

Approximately 10,000 ago the first paleo-humans ventured into New England at the end of the last ice age as the glaciers retreated. The animal and plant life they encountered included such wonders...

By Mark B. Oliver | June 09, 2011
The Nature That Surrounds Us

The Beaver

In this latest article in our series on the fauna and flora of New England, ONE takes a look at the Beaver.

By Mark B. Oliver | May 06, 2011
The Nature That Surrounds Us

The Red Fox

In this first article of our new series looking at the fauna and flora of New England, ONE examines the Red Fox.

By Mark B. Oliver | April 12, 2011
Stone Quarries of New England

Many home-grown New England guys know where some abandoned quarries are. Most spent some part of our youthful summers diving into these terrific granite swimming pools.

By Michael F. Bisceglia, Jr. | December 02, 2010
Lakes of New England

No one has lakes like New England. We have them large, we have them small, we have them round, and we have them long. No matter where you live in this, the greatest region in the country, you’re...

By Michael F. Bisceglia, Jr. | November 17, 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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