The idea that one might use a drone to scan a forest and pinpoint an animal’s location, or even corner the animal or lead it in a certain direction has many Vermont hunters up in arms.
Biologists for the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife say the discovery of a new invasive species in Lake Champlain is unlikely to have a major impact. Scientists say the spiny water flea, a tiny crustacean, caused only minor concerns when it arrived in the Great Lakes. The department said in a news release that […]
The state’s environmental enforcement agency and the town of Randolph reached a $56,350 settlement last week over the discharge of human waste and other sewage into the White River. Department of Environmental Conservation’s Compliance and Enforcement Division (CED) in 2012 responded to an anonymous complaint and found toilet paper, human waste and grease flowing from […]