Treating Invasive Plants with Cost-Share Funding Workshop for Consulting Foresters

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2022 Vermont Maple Conference

December 7-9, In-Person Dec. 10 University of Vermont Extension and Vermont Maple Sugar Makers’ Association are pleased to host the 2022 Vermont Maple Conference! This year, we’re offering three online, interactive conference days December 7-9 and one in-person day December 10 at Vermont Technical College (VTC) in Randolph. We are excited to partner with Vermont Agency of


Finding Their Roots – Webinar from the Forest History Society

Thursday, December 1 1-2 PM What led people like Aldo Leopold, Benton MacKaye, Ernest Oberholtzer, and Howard Zahniser to become advocates for our parks, forests, and wilderness areas? While researching his latest book, This Land Was Saved for You and Me: How Gifford Pinchot, Frederick Law Olmsted, and a Band of Foresters Rescued America’s Public Lands,


Workshop: Current Use Management Plan Update

Saturday, December 10 9 AM-12 PM Northfield, VT Hosted by Brad Johnson, Third Branch Horse Logging. This workshop will focus on the UVA (Current Use) program and how individual landowners and foresters can fully utilize the program to promote short- and long-term management goals to prep for the plan update in April 2023. The late


Land Use Planning for Climate Change – Online

Wednesday, December 7 1-2 PM 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


Seward Weber Lecture: Thinking Through Place

Thursday, November 17 7 PM Unitarian Church of Montpelier Join us for the Annual Seward Weber Lecture on Thursday, November 17 at 7 pm ET at the Unitarian Church of Montpelier. In this year’s lecture, Amy Seidl, PhD will draw upon her own personal journey to the green mountain state to reflect upon Vermont’s “geography of whiteness,” and how


Outdoor Family Program

Sunday, November 13 Kendra McGuire will be leading an Outdoor Family program at the Mill Trail. Come out for an hour of afternoon fun for the young and young at heart. We’re also excited for a new entry in the Shutesville Hill Speaker Series. On November 15, the Nature Conservancy’s Jim Shallow will present on the new Family