Advanced Logger Safety

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Advanced Logger Safety

This program reviews the basics for First Aid Rural environment care. In addition, the bulk of the program, through hands on team approach training, will be on how to make critical lifesaving decisions with specific emphasis on “Move or NOT Move.” This training is open to all people who have completed the Introduction to Mechanized Logging

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Introduction to Mechanized Logging Safety

This is a single-day course that covers the basic initial safety training for mechanical logging as well as new hazards that exist and how to address them. Participants will gain practical knowledge of the hazards of logging and the ways hazards can be mitigated. They will also learn what is expected of the employer and

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A 19th Century Photographer

A 21st century podcaster explains how 19th century photographer helped create America’s national parks Award-winning art historian, critic, author and podcaster Tyler Green will be speaking about groundbreaking 19th century photographer Carleton Watkins on Saturday, September 14, 7pm at the Billings Farm & Museum Visitor Center. Green’s talk explores the surprising relationships between Carleton Watkins,

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Vital Signs Tracking Soil Health: Working Woodlands Workshop

Restoration of soil health positively impacts water quality, reduces the impacts of flooding and drought, improves nutrient density of foods, and can mitigate climate change; sequestering carbon and restoring land water cycles that can cool the planet. Learn about the soil health principles and simple ways to implement them in the backyard and beyond. We’ll

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Habitat Management for Landowners: Working Woodlands Workshop

Are you a landowner wondering what you can do to improve habitat for wildlife and promote native tree species in your woods? This workshop led by Travis Hart, Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife, will provide you with the basics to get you started on creating a habitat management plan to promote desirable species and

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Vermont Forest Birds: Working Woodlands Workshop

The hills are alive with the sound of birds! But what exactly are they telling us? The NPS Northeast Temperate Network has been monitoring bird populations in the park since 2006. Join us for this 2 hour workshop where Ed Sharron, NPS Science Communication Specialist, will share some of the findings revealed by the monitoring

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Forest, Fish, and Feathers: A Field Day

Saturday, June 1, from 7:30 am to 1 pm Kraus Family Sugarworks (545 Town Line Rd. Mendon, VT 05701)   Trout Unlimited and Woods, Wildlife, and Warblers invite you to a field day of outdoor activities  There will be an early morning guided bird walk, hikes, a sugarmaking presentation, a fisheries biologist presentation, a fly

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Bird Monitoring

Working Woodlands Workshop Saturday, May 25th 2019, 8am-11am The NPS Northeast Temperate Network has been monitoring bird populations in the park since 2006. Come learn about how this volunteer program is done, as well as some of the findings revealed by the monitoring. We’ll also learn how to identify the songs of some of the

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