How We Pay Loggers and Why it Matters

Northwestern Vermont Archives - Vermont Woodlands Association

How We Pay Loggers and Why it Matters

August 6 9 AM- 12 PM 652 Stony Brook Road, Northfield We invite loggers, foresters, landowners, and any else who has interest in talking about this topic. We will cover the pros and cons of traditional stumpage and percentage pay systems and also TBHL’s alternative by the thousand payment system; we will look at goals, outcomes,

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Women’s Survival Doe Camp with Jessie Krebs

June 11, 12, and 17 – 19, 2022 Monkton June 11 and 12 – 1 Day Classes, Survival 101 Survival 101 (for women and non-binary folks who are comfortable in women-only spaces): This “crash course” in basic outdoor survival principles is excellent for those who are short on time, yet want to feel more confident in

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Community Engagement in Town Forests: A Walk and Talk in Huntington Community Forest

Monday, May 23 4-6 PM Join Kate Forrer, Community Forestry Specialist, and members of the Huntington Community Forest Committee for a walk in the Huntington Community Forest. Learn how the Committee solicited input from the community to inform planning and stewardship activities in the forest. Join us to hear about Huntington’s experiences and connect with other

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Ready for Birdathon?

May 20-26 Celebrate your love for birds and nature by participating in the Audubon Vermont Birdathon! This year we’re expanding the Birdathon to cover one whole week. Pick any 24-hour period within the week of May 20-26. By joining us, you’ll help raise much-needed funds to protect birds and the places they need, while taking part

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Backyard Forestry in 90 Minutes program

Thursday, May 19 7-8:30 pm “White-tailed deer – hidden costs to farmers and management considerations” with Joseph B. Paulin, Conservation Expert, Wildlife Management, New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, Rutgers Cooperative Extension Join for a presentation on white-tailed deer – A small group of New Jersey farmers lost nearly $1.3 million to deer damage in 2019, according to a new

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Spring Ephemeral Walk

Thursday, April 28 5:30-7:30 PM Wiessner Woods Spring beauties, Trout lilies, Trillium, Dutchman’s breeches: spring ephemerals are some of the most beloved signs of the changing season. These fleeting wildflowers emerge briefly each year before the forest canopy has filled in, soaking up sun and taking advantage of moist spring soils. Findable for only a

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