The Hinesburg Town Forest Demonstrates Modern, Responsible Forest Management

Northwestern Vermont Archives - Vermont Woodlands Association

Public Walk at the Andrews Community Forest

The public are invited to a walk with Chittenden County Forester Ethan Tapper and members of the Andrews Community Forest Committee to discuss forests, forest ecology, and forest management at the Andrews Community Forest, a 428-acre conserved, public forest owned by the Town of Richmond. Tapper, in partnership with the Andrews Community Forest Committee, has

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Draft Animal-Power Field Days

The Draft Animal-Power Network is excited to announce their 7th Draft Animal-Power Field Days event at Shelburne Farms from October 4-6, 2019. It provides opportunities for draft-animal professionals and enthusiasts alike to participate in educational sessions and workshops, watch demonstrations, visit with equipment suppliers and exhibitors, and connect with mentors. Field days is also a

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Having Hunters on Your Land

Hunting can be a great tool to help landowners who have too many deer munching their forest seedlings, landscape plants, and gardens. However, having hunters on your property can be intimidating, particularly if you are not familiar with hunting or have had problems with hunters in the past. Join other landowners and staff from Vermont

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Wildlife Walk at Hinesburg Town Forest

Saturday June 1, 2019, 8:00 – 10:00 AM End of Economou Road, Huntington Join Wildlife Biologists Noel Dodge and Andrea Shortsleeve and Chittenden County Forester Ethan Tapper on a wildlife walk at the Hinesburg Town Forest. Noel and Andrea, both biologists with the Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife, will discuss wildlife habitat and natural

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NRCS EQIP Cost Share Program

Saturday, June 22nd from 9 am to 3 pm 111 West Street, Essex Junction, Vermont This workshop will provide guidance on applying for funding from NRCS cost-sharing programs (specifically the Environmental Quality Incentives Program) for landowners and foresters. These programs can be extremely helpful for landowners looking to improve wildlife habitat opportunities on their property,

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