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is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation whose mission is to advocate for the management, sustainability, perpetuation, and enjoyment of forests through the practice of excellent forestry that employs highly integrated management practices that protect and enhance both the tangible and intangible values of forests - including clean air and water, forest products, wildlife habitat, biodiversity, recreation, scenic beauty, and other resources - for this and future generations. VWA objectives are to communicate the benefits of working forests, recognize exemplary actions of woodland owners and managers, provide educational opportunities, and to represent its membership before governmental bodies.

Please consider giving to the VWA #GivingTuesday Campaign.

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Giving Tuesday is on Tuesday, November 28th. Now through the end of the day on 11/28, we are putting any Giving Tuesday funds raised toward the Vermont Woodlands Association and Vermont Tree Farm program Education and Outreach Programming. This funding will help us continue to provide speakers, workshops, and as many engaging learning experiences as possible for our members, old and new.

Help us to continue being the Voice for Healthy Forests! VWA is a leader in demonstrating outstanding forest management through the exemplary work of its members

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Upcoming Workshops

Sunday, December 3rd: 4p-5p

Through the Eyes of a forester- a look at wildlife habitat, timber potential, and human based aesthetics on different forest types and management approaches with Bennington County Forester, Kyle Mason

Manchester Community Library, 138 Cemetery Ave, Manchester Center, VT 05255, USA map