Forest Health Webinar Series for 2021

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Forest Health Webinar Series for 2021

Forest Health Webinar Series for 2021 Forest Health Webinar Series for 2021 had its first installment, and the talks continue for the next 3 weeks. Below are links for registration to each. Impacts of a Changing Climate on Vermont Forest Health, May 4th, 8:30-9:30 am, Registration Here New threats to forest health – Beech leaf disease

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State Biologist to Discuss Wetland Conservation for Wildlife and Water Quality

The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) invites the public to join the next Clean Water Series talk on Thursday, April 1, 2021 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm. The talk will highlight wetland conservation and is part of a monthly virtual series featuring efforts to protect and restore water quality in Vermont. At the event, David Sausville, a biologist with the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, will discuss a new wetland restoration program. The goal of the program is to improve water

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2021 Vermont Forest Health Webinar Series

There will be a 4-part webinar series again this spring in place of the usual Forest Health Information Meeting. The series will begin on Tuesday, April 27 at 8:30 AM, with an update on Vermont forest health conditions, followed by a talk on the recent gypsy moth outbreak in Massachusetts. The series will continue each Tuesday at 8:30 AM for

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EAB Awareness Week is Coming – Get Your Community Kit Today!

Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week is May 15th to 22nd, 2021 EAB Awareness Week is a great opportunity to educate people in your city or town about the threat of emerald ash borer to Vermont’s ash trees, and the important steps residents and municipalities can take to prepare and respond. Vermont’s Urban and Community Forestry Program (UCF) team

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Capitol Christmas Tree set up in Montpelier

The Capitol Christmas Tree this year comes from a property in Wallingford. Len Cadwallader co-owns the Brookvale property with his wife, Mary Ann Cadwallader. The tree farm has been in the family since Len Cadwallader’s grandparents purchased it in the 1930s. Read the full article here. Did you miss the tree coming into the capital?

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Guided Wildlife Walks

Come celebrate 100 years of habitat conservation and wildlife-based recreation through the department’s Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) by joining one of the department’s FREE guided wildlife walks on select state WMAs and elsewhere around Vermont. The walks are led by biologists and naturalists with decades of experience conserving Vermont’s wildlife and their habitats. You’re encouraged

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Common Invasive Plants of Vermont

This link will take you to a recorded webinar presented by Woods, Wildlife, Warblers in 2019. The first day of spring is perhaps a great time to share this with you. As the trees begin to bud and green out, invasives can often be spotted. Get reacquainted through the webinar with the common invasive plants

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