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Intentional Living

A model for sustainability makes its way from Scotland to the Berkshires

Dirty for 30

New Pond visitors are given the opportunity to educate themselves with hands-on environmental programs including astronomy, arts, nature, and agriculture.

All That Buzz

A handful of Wiltonians have embraced beekeeping as both a hobby and also to help protect and nourish our ecological system.

Going Native

Native plants are well adapted to regional weather and soil conditions, and need less water. Their inbuilt defenses make them more resistant to pest infestations.

Rootin’ and Chillin’

While they were a must-have in colonial times, root cellars are rising in popularity in the Northeast.

Green Award Winners 2015

Up a Tree

Feronia Forests capitalizes on sustainable woodlands

In Land We Trust

What does it take to preserve our land?

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Nature's Larder

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Eat It Up

New restaurants are popping up everywhere in The Berkshires

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Sensing Sally

Sally Taylor, daughter of James Taylor & Carly Simon, creates art for all the senses