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Coffee with a Forest Specialist – Kathy Decker (webinar)

Kathy Decker, Forestry Protection Specialist with the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation, answered questions from landowners about forest pests, diseases, and invasive plants. She talked about efforts to monitor gypsy moths, hemlock woolly adelgid, and other pests, and she discussed the state’s efforts to monitor and control emerald ash borer, among other topics.

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Managing Emerald Ash Borer and Climate Change

This webinar was #8 in the Forest Adaptation Webinar Series, which is hosted by the Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science and the Forest Stewards Guild. Presenters included Tony D’Amato, University of Vermont; Alexandra Kosiba and Nancy Patch, Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation; and Pieter van Loon, Vermont Land Trust. Facilitated by Amanda

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Coffee with a Consulting Forester – Alan Calfee (webinar)

Join Vermont Coverts and Vermont Woodlands Association for an informal discussion over coffee with Consulting Forester, Alan Calfee. Alan, a licensed forester, is the principle forester at Calfee Woodland Management. He is also a woodland owner and conservationist. He loves working with landowners and helping them to achieve their woodland goals. Join us to learn

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Coffee with the Commissioner (webinar)

Join Vermont Coverts and Vermont Woodlands Association for an informal discussion over coffee with Michael Snyder, the Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Forest, Parks and Recreation. Michael, author of Woods Whys, has much knowledge and insight into our Vermont Forests. Click here for a link to the recording of the Zoom conference that happened

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Old Growth Forests (webinar)

Chittenden County Forester Ethan Tapper and Sue Morse from Keeping Track talked about old growth forests. They discussed the history of Vermont’s forests, what it means to be an old growth forest, why they’re important, and how wildlife use them. They answered questions related to management of old growth and younger forests. Click here to

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Coffee with a Climate Forester — Ali Kosiba (webinar)

Join Vermont Coverts and Vermont Woodlands Association for an informal discussion over coffee with Ali Kosiba, the new State Climate Forester. Ali is a familiar face in the region, having worked for the Forest Ecosystem Monitoring Cooperative, taught courses for the UVM Forestry Department, and researched tree physiology issues as a graduate student. We were

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Farm Credit East webinar – Northeast Forest Products Industry Outlook with INRS’ Eric Kingsley

The webinar is free and open to all. Please click the link below to register, or go to FCE’s website for information on the entire webinar series. Eric Kingsley, a forest industry consultant and vice-president/partner in Innovative Natural Resource Solutions LLC, will present his perspective on the region’s forest products markets and potential impacts of

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Introduction to Tree Farm (webinar)

The Introduction to Tree Farm (aka TF101) webinar is designed to familiarize forest landowners new to the American Tree Farm System. The webinar covers what a tree farm is, the history of the tree farm system, the benefits of being a Tree Farmer, and how to join the Tree Farm System. Tuesday, June 23 7

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Coffee with a County Forester — Emily Potter (webinar)

Join Vermont Coverts and Vermont Woodlands Association for an informal discussion over coffee with Emily Potter, the new Lamoille County Forester. Emily is a familiar face in the region, having transitioned from her position as the Northern Private Lands Forester, also based in the Morrisville office. Emily answered questions from landowners about dealing with invasive

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