Session #2: Habitat Requirements and Management Considerations for Forest Birds in New England.

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Session #1: The Power of Birds in Driving and Sustaining Forest Management within the RCP Network

September 15, from 2-3:15 pm ET Birds and bird habitats are effective motivators for engaging landowners in being active forest stewards. This webinar will take a closer look at how the RCP network can utilize birds as ambassadors for sustainable forest management. We will hear from Annette Goyne, a private forest landowner participating in the


Annual Meeting

We are ready to see you all again at our first in-person gathering since March 2020 that promises to be a fun-filled and celebratory day! As the title says, it’s our 2021 Annual Meeting …. And MORE! Click here to go to the Annual meeting page! Register Here for the meeting. 


Invasive Plant Webinar: Invaders in the Kingdom

Wednesday, September 8 7 pm–8 pm Online Join this webinar to learn how to identify and control invasive plants. You will also hear about efforts to restore native plants to field and forest at VLT’s Bluffside Farm in Newport. The program will focus on the NE Kingdom, but the information presented will be useful to anyone


Field Sketching w/Susan Abbot

Sunday, August 29 10 am–2 PM Milton Artists Guild Join artist Susan Abbott and Vermont Land Trust ecologist Allaire Diamond for a fun and instructive drawing and nature workshop! The morning starts at Milton Artists Guild learning sketching techniques. Then participants will caravan to a nearby wetland on a conserved farm for a guided “sketching treasure hunt” of the


Vermont Forest Pest First Detector Online Course

Monday, July 19 – Sunday, August 29 Did you know most invasive insect infestations are first discovered not by professionals, but by alert community residents? This free, self-guided online course is designed for people interested in learning to identify, monitor, and help their communities prepare for the tangible threat of invasive forest insects, such as emerald ash borer. This is


Tinmouth Mountain Hike – Understanding ESTAs

Saturday, July 10 9:30 AM– 12:30 PM An ESTA is an Ecologically Sensitive Treatment Area and once identified managed differently in a Current Use Plan. We will visit an ESTA on Vermont Coverts Cooperator Bob Lloyd’s property with ecologist Kathy Doyle. Bob will explain the unique ownership of this land and the conservation and management strategies the collective