Bay-dwellers know the joys of exploring tidal pools and salt marshes, uncovering century-old pottery fragments, glass Rumford Baking Powder bottles, and arrowheads. We inhale the. . .
Written by: Michael Gardner, Fifth Generation Vermonter First Generation Sugar maker
With Vermont’s Maple Open House Weekend approaching on April 2 and 3, it seems prudent to offer our non-native visitor and sheltered locals a brief guide to maple syrup. . . .
Story and photos by Bob Dagley
The year was 2001 and a trip to Bhutan, in a virtually untouched corner of the Himalayas, was an enviable assignment. It was also a rare opportunity. The mysterious, high-altitude mountain. . .
Written by: Debra Carr Brox
Every March, in anticipation of the fishing season ahead, I organize my fly boxes. It’s a monumental task. Not only are the boxes in disarray, but there are wool patches, hats, . . .
We’re partnering with our friends at Sea Bags to help you freshen up your look with our Spring Refresh Giveaway. . .
The mission of Casting for Recovery is to enhance the quality of life for women with breast cancer through a unique program that combines breast cancer education and peer support with the therapeutic sport of fly fishing. Orvis is proud to be a founding sponsor.
No one can explain the therapeutic value of a Casting for Recovery retreat better than the women who have participated. Last summer Connie Burke was one of those participants….
Located in Pawlet, Vermont—in the picturesque Mettawee River valley, not far from Orvis headquarters—Woodlawn Farm is a dairy operation run by the Leach family for eight. . .
Written by: Kimberly Bellamy
In 1935, avid sailor and inventor Paul Sperry—a former Dartmouth student and U.S. Navy seaman—made an astounding discovery. One day, after watching his dog run effortlessly across the. . .