What your watch says about you

Whether you’re a skiing fanatic or a lakeside lounger, your watch is probably a daily staple. Here’s what your watch says about you. Apple Watch You love your Apple ecosystem, and you probably have one or two too many chargers at your desk. You enjoy a wide range of activities and are sure to record […]

Middlebury Area Land Trust (MALT) and the Trail Around Middlebury (TAM)

Last week, we shared some info and tips about navigating mud season, some of which involve being mindful of which trails you choose to hike and bike on in the spring. Thanks to the Middlebury Area Land Trust (MALT), the trails we know and love around Middlebury stay in good condition, despite the wear and […]

Mud Season in Vermont

Spring in New England brings beautiful relief from the endless below freezing temperatures of its lingering winter–there’s nothing quite like the first sixty degree day after so many cold months. However, New England’s spring brings something else, too: mud season. An Unexpected Factor I have always thought that the melting of snow and frequent rain […]

Spring salamander migration: How you can help

Believe it or not, lots of amphibians get run over by cars, and it’s a significant source of population decline. Some Background Amphibians tend to migrate en masse on one of the first warm (above 40 degrees Fahrenheit) and wet (rainy at night or throughout the day) nights of the spring. Known as the “Big […]

Treeline Terrains announces two-tiered expansion for the Vermont start-up

MIDDLEBURY, VT (February 25, 2022) – Alex Gemme, co-founder of Treeline Terrains, today announced the hiring of a paid social media and marketing intern, as well as the addition of another state-of-the-art CNC router and a laser engraver, to expand the 3D wood-carved landscapes company. The more than 200% machinery increase will allow the team […]

Treeline Terrains Connects People to Place

by Vermont Biz When three friends at Middlebury College couldn’t find the perfect gift for their boss, they decided to make something special. Nathaniel Klein, Jacob Freedman, and Alex Gemme wanted to thank their supervisor at the Middlebury Snow Bowl for helping them establish… Read Full Article