Managing Forests in a Changing Climate

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Managing Forests in a Changing Climate

Tuesday, October 11 9 AM – 12 PM Mud Pond Forest, Greensboro Vermont Land Trust is partnering with the University of Vermont and The Nature Conservancy to host a research experiment exploring effective ways to manage forests with a changing climate while also sustaining other values, including biodiversity conservation. We can help our forests stay

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Land Use Planning For Climate Change

Friday, September 30 10-11 AM Vermont’s Climate Action Plan calls for an all-hands approach and identifies a wide range of actions that municipalities can lead on, especially with respect to our pattern of land use and how that affects both mitigation and adaptation. It can be overwhelming to understand where to begin and what tools

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Knowing Your Options; Choosing The Right Tools For Your Town

Thursday, September 22 1-2 PM Are you interested in protecting your town’s natural resources? Do you have conservation goals in mind and are ready to take action? Maybe you are new to municipal planning and looking for ways to get involved?. Whether you are a town planner, landowner, or renter you can help define conservation

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Forest Stand Improvement workshop at Tucker Mountain Town Forest

Saturday, October 8 9 AM-12 PM Join Orange County Forester David Paganelli and semi-retired logger and passionate forestry volunteer Russell Barnes at a VWA Stewardship Workshop. Russell has done extensive forest stand improvement work at the Tucker Mountain Town Forest that consists mainly of crop tree release of young hardwoods and white pine. This workshop

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Climate Walks with Ali Kosiba

Saturday, October 15, 10 AM – 1 PM 380 Wells Rd, Wolcott PLEASE – NO DOGS Click here to register. Join Ali Kosiba, UVM Extension Assistant Professor of Forestry, on a Woods Walk to learn about climate-adaptive management strategies you can take to reduce vulnerabilities and increase resilience to climate change. We’ll look at common

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Dead Creek Wildlife Day

Saturday, Oct 1 7 AM – 4 PM Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area, Rt 17 West, Addison   Activities are for people who enjoy hunting, fishing, birdwatching, or learning about Vermont’s diverse wildlife and ecosystems. Early risers can begin the day with a bird banding demonstration at 7:00 AM. Two large tents at Dead Creek WMA

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Chainsaw Safety Workshops – Windham County

Level 3: Saturday, Sept. 17 (Saxtons River) Level 4: Sunday, Sept. 18 (Saxtons River)   The Windham Natural Resources Conservation District and the Windham Regional Woodlands Association are partnering to offer a series of chainsaw safety workshops. Instruction will be provided by Northeast Woodland Training, Inc. Courses are capped at 10 participants each, so interested people should register soon.

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