Northern Woodlands Field Day

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Northern Woodlands Field Day

Saturday, August 20 8:30 AM-5:30 PM Thetford Academy, 304 Academy Rd, Thetford Jon the Northern Woodlands crew for a fun day featuring hands-on workshops, talks, and woods walks. This program, featuring prominent authors, naturalists, and foresters will occur rain or shine. To learn more, see the agenda, and register, click here. Cost $195.

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The Business of Consulting Forestry: In the Office and In the Field

Presented by the Association of Consulting Foresters Friday, July 15 Holiday Inn Express and Suites, 121 Ballardvale Dr., White River Junction Registration is due June 30, cost: $30. Please send your name, contact information, and registration fee (check) to Susan Romano, 330 Winding Hill Rd, Northwood, NH 03261 OR send payment through Venmo to @Susan-Romano-23, the

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Joys of June Bird Monitoring Walk

Thursday, June 9 7:30 – 9 AM Huntington Spring’s birdsong chorus has quieted down a little by June, so this monitoring walk will focus on the field marks that are essential for distinguishing among different species. Wing bars, tail patterns, and eye stripe and rings will all come into play. This program is free and

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WOW Woodlands Habitat Walk

Saturday, July 9 10 AM-12 PM 3441 Vermont Route 30, Pawlet Please park next to the barn, where we will meet. Women Owning Woodlands Vermont is excited to announce an upcoming walk to highlight habitat management opportunities for private landowners. The walk will take place in Pawlet on the property of Coverts Cooperator Barbara Moore,

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Game of Logging Level I for Women Owning Woodlands

Friday, June 24 8 AM-4 PM Fletcher Last call for Game of Logging sign-ups!! Learn to be safe in the woods! Game of Logging Level I focuses on introducing the participant to open-face felling and the development of techniques to safely use it. Topics covered include personal protective equipment, chainsaw safety features, chainsaw reactive forces, bore cutting,

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Vermont Conservation Design for Landowners

Tuesday, June 21 12-1 pm Have you ever considered how your land fits in to the ecology of Vermont? Wondering if your woods are a cut above? Join Andy Wood with the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department to learn how Vermont Conservation Design’s cutting edge science can help you better understand your woods, waters, and

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Managing for Old Forest Characteristics

Wednesday, June 15 9-10 AM Old forests, with their abundant nesting cavities and down wood in all stages of decay, are important in many ways but are rare in our landscape. They help to keep the air and water clean, provide habitat for a variety of fungi, plants, and animals, and keep carbon out of

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