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The Rodents: Squirrels, Beavers, Mice and More

From Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park March 29, 2021 12-1 pm Join the National Park Service (NPS) in the final installment of our Wildlife Tracking series, tracking the rodents! In this one-hour zoom on March 29th, from 12:00-1:00 PM, NPS Ranger and Science Communication Specialist Ed Sharron will give us an overview of the different members


VWA Program Forum

Join us for our 1st VWA Program Forum Thursday, April 29 7-8:15 PM We’d like to share with you the programs and partnerships that we’re excited about: Woods, Wildlife, Warblers; Women Owning Woodlands; Land Ethic Vermont. Look for full details in next week’s enews or register now to save your place. Register Here. After registering, you will


Woods Whys Webinar

Watch here! An Exploration of Forests and Forestry, by Michael Snyder. When you find a great book, do you wish you could chat with the author? Now you can. In this webinar Mike will be discussing Chapters: 12. Do we have to choose between tapping maples for sugaring or growing them for timber? 13. What’s the difference


Traditional Abenaki Sugaring and Stories

March 25, 2021 7-8 pm The Abenaki people, who have lived on the land we now call Vermont for thousands of years, are an essential part of Vermont’s sugaring story. In a  conversation between Chief Don and VLT forester and sugarmaker Caitlin Cusack, we’ll explore the Abenaki relationship to the land and how the maple story is


 Habitat Management for Bats

Watch here! Ever wondered where bats go during the day or in the winter? Vermont has nine species of bats that may be roosting under tree bark, in tree cavities, in rocky outcroppings or talus slopes, in caves and abandoned mines, inside barns and attics, and hopefully in your bat house. Join VT Woodlands Association


Advocacy in a Virtual World

Tuesday, Feb 9 7-8 pm With remote meetings dominating the way business is done by legislators, learn some techniques to access legislative sessions and navigate the Vermont Legislative website. VWA is pleased to bring you a webinar presented by Action Circles to help you understand the current virtual legislative environment, contact your senators and representative,