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First round of pics from photographer Kris Dobie from Saturday, January 27th’s 37th annual Marathon!
Great day of racing from all our competitors, big congrats to GRP’s Kaitlynn Miller and APU’s Forrest Mahlen, our winners! Thanks to Kris Dobie for the pics, can’t wait to get up and do it all again tomorrow!
Editor’s note: We’re honored to host John Lazenby’s photography this winter. If you haven’t seen the exhibit already, make sure to budget time to enjoy the works during your next visit. Images were shot from the ’16-17 season, and feature … Continue reading
In our second year of harvesting timber from an area of active trails, our small and efficient team comprised of LaBounty Timber Harvesting, Northern Forest Conservation Services, LLC, and the COC leadership are already improving upon our long-term Forest Management … Continue reading
Craftsbury Junior Bjørn Westervelt (above) traveled to Norway at the beginning of the month, and mom Karen shared this trip report and photos with us. Congrats on the competition, and thanks for giving us a bit of a peek into … Continue reading
Happy Spring! We’ve finished up the last races of the season, but we are also in the process of meeting with ski company reps and starting planning for next year already! This is a great time to sit down and … Continue reading
Glad to share this interview of Craftsbury JR Coach, Audrey Mangan from GRP Rower Liz Vogt. Audrey’s unmistakable ever-present smile and friendly hello are a welcome addition to the Craftsbury community. Audrey joined the junior coaching crew this spring and … Continue reading
Meet Nick Brown, the GRP wax tech/ski guru for the Nordic ski and Biathlon teams. The interview and article was written by Hallie Grossman and photos were taken by Caitlin Patterson, both members of the GRP ski team Nick Brown is … Continue reading
Last May, a bunch of GRP ladies helped with two mushroom projects. One was constructing a bed of hardwood chips, mushroom sawdust spawn, and straw for the King Stropharia also known as wine cap. Last week, the bed produced a … Continue reading