Lengthening summers, shifting rainfall seen at Missisquoi

SWANTON – The Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge, a 6,700-acre stretch of wetland abutting Lake Champlain just north of Swanton, will likely see the impact of climate change as temperatures rise, warmer seasons drag on and rainfall becomes more erratic, predicts the refuge’s manager, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Ken Sturm. According to Sturm, those changes … Continue reading Lengthening summers, shifting rainfall seen at Missisquoi