Climate Change, Carbon, and Forest Management at the Andrews Community Forest (webinar)

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Climate Change, Carbon, and Forest Management at the Andrews Community Forest (webinar)

Join Dr. Ali Kosiba, the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation’s Climate Forester, and Ethan Tapper, the Chittenden County Forester, for a webinar discussing the effects of climate change on our forests, and opportunities to manage for adaptation and resilience in a changing climate. Click here to view a recording of the Zoom conference

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Vermont Land Trust: Ecology, Conservation, and Forest Management at the Andrews Community Forest (webinar)

How do you improve habitat for wildlife, increase a forest’s diversity, complexity, and ability to adapt to climate change–all while protecting sensitive and unique ecological features? Join us as we explore the intersection of ecology, conservation, and forest management at the Andrews Community Forest. Click here to view a recording of the Zoom conference held

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2020 VWA Annual Meeting (virtual)

Click here to view a recording of the Zoom conference that took place on November 5, 2020. 2020 November Annual Meeting Minutes Agenda: President’s Welcome by Allan Thompson; A Tribute to Put Blodgett by Paul Harwood; VWA Reflections, Transitions, and thoughts about the Future Executive Director’s Report by Kathleen Wanner A Walk through VWA, a

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Virtual Tree Farm Tour with Jock Irons (webinar)

Join Jock Irons for a virtual tour of his Tree Farm #1013 in Woodford, VT. The property is 41 acres and has been enrolled in Tree Farm since 1987. Jock returned from Alaska several years ago to take over management of his family property. He is a VT Woodlands member and an active Tree Farmer

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Empowering and Engaging VT’s Woman Landowners (webinar)

Join us for a webinar conversation to explore the women who own Vermont’s forestland. In 2019, Vermont Woodlands Association (VWA), Vermont Coverts, UVM Extension, VT Forests, Parks, and Recreation, VT Fish & Wildlife and Vermont Land Trust (VLT) joined forces to form VT’s Women Owning Woodlands Network (WOW-VT).  Over the last year, WOW-VT has worked

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