The Berkshires Blog

This is Outdoors in the Berkshires

  A blur of cycling jerseys passes along grassy meadows on a 100 mile century ride, crowds cheer paddlers leaving the water on the middle leg of one of the oldest bike-paddle-run triathlons in t...  Read more...

Posted on April 25, 2013

Berkshire Amphibian Migration Video

Learn about the annual spring migration of our local frog and salamander population and how a group of people helps them across busy roads and highways. Thank you to Bartholomew's Cobble for their kno...  Read more...

Posted on April 22, 2013

What’s Growing In the Berkshires?

By Anne Cathcart Are you a horticulturalist or garden enthusiast?  Are you wondering where you might find the best gardens in the Berkshires this spring and summer?  Gardens of the Berkshires is ...  Read more...

Posted on April 19, 2013

Spring is Busting Out All Over

By Jake Levin Spring is upon us! Everyday more flowers blossom, the trees grow new buds, and delicious edible wild plants start to emerge from the earth. Pastures and barns are alive with frolicking c...  Read more...

Posted on April 18, 2013

See You at the Movies!

  Welcome to the exciting 2013 annual Berkshire International Film Festival.  After our tremendous 7th anniversary year, we will once again build on our success to bring the Berkshire commun...  Read more...

Posted on April 16, 2013

From the Kiln to Your Kitchen

By Todd Fiorento In a land of tableware, one could easily see how an overzealous kitty cat could be trouble.  And this seemed to be the case at Bennington Potters when I toured the facility and p...  Read more...

Posted on April 16, 2013

Upcoming Spring Events from the BMR

As the buds pop on the trees, trails dry up and forest creatures return to more active summer activities, take the opportunity to discover the awakening world of the Berkshires in spring with these gr...  Read more...

Posted on April 10, 2013