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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Midsummer Wildflowers: Lowlands to Highlands

Thursday, July 14 7-8 PM Join us for an evening virtual ramble through Vermont’s lowlands and highlands. We’ll explore wetlands, river shores, lakeshores, upland woods, roadsides, and mountaintops to learn more about the native wildflowers that show themselves in July and August. We’ll learn about the ecology of these plants, their places in the ecosystem, how they

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Bird and Bee Friendly Gardening

Thursday, August 18, 2022 5-6:30 PM Red Wagon Plants, Hinesburg Late summer is an excellent time to create habitat for the birds and the bees in your garden. Join us for a late-season gardening workshop and birding outing with Gwendolyn Causer from Audubon Vermont. This is also a birding event! We will use both sight

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Nature Journaling

Thursday, July 14 4-6 PM Granville School Resource Center, Granville Come join veteran Nature Journal Keeper, Clare Walker Leslie, for a fun and easy event learning simple ways to set up and keep your own Nature Journal. Tips and Tricks will be shown for the field methods of both writing and drawing your nature observations. Appropriate

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Heart of Summer Bird Monitoring

Thursday, July 14 7:30-9 AM Huntington Enjoy a cool morning of birding at Audubon. Catch a glimpse of the birds that nest in Vermont before they start thinking about their fall migration journey. This program is free and open to the public. No registration needed. Donations to support our education and conservation work are appreciated. vt.audubon.org/donate Learn

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Getting to Know Avenza Maps

Saturday, July 9 9:30 AM-12 PM Perkinsville The Avenza Maps app on your mobile device allows you to locate yourself and create maps of your property without the internet or network connections. Using Avenza is a great way to connect with your land as you plot features like invasives on your property, a favorite tree

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Bats in the Barn: Nighttime Bat Education Program

Saturday, June 25 7-9 PM Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park, Cornish NH Did you know there are over 1300 species of bats in the world? Join us for a special educational evening learning about bats from Dartmouth College researchers Eran Amichai and Hannah ter Hofstede. We will receive a presentation, check out some scientific equipment used

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Buckthorn/Invasives Removal Presentation at Monkton Central School

Saturday, June 18 9-10 AM Monkton Central School (1036 Monkton Rd) Monkton‘s Conservation Commission is hosting a presentation by Travis Hart, Habitat Biologist with Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department. Travis will discuss invasive plants in relation to forest health and wildlife habitat. This will include an overview of common invasive plants that can be found

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