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Editor: Craftsbury Biathlete Jake Brown wrote this up for a sponsor partnership and it seemed posting here would be a great option as well. Especially as we all follow the 2019 BMW IBU Biathlon World Championships from Oestersund, Sweden. At … Continue reading
We’re excited to be working with UVM geology on a snow storage test. UVM master’s student Hannah Weiss brings us up to speed on the state of the snowpack. You might remember back in April, as the last snow was … Continue reading
Some work today from Paul and the folks at UVM around the geographic distribution of locations saving snow. Craftsbury (should we get it dialed in) would be the furthest towards the equator and among the lowest elevation locations to save … Continue reading
We’re excited to be working with UVM geology on a snow storage test. UVM professor Paul Bierman brings us up to speed on the state of the snowpack. As the last little bit on snow melts away from the upper … Continue reading
Workout from Green Racing Project skier Caitlin Patterson, who also has legit running creds – she represented the US at World Mountain Running Championships in 2017 Trail running can be a straightforward and nearly mindless workout – just lace up … Continue reading
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