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14
July

Women on the Land: A Landowners Guide to Stewarding Her Woodlands

July 14 12-1 pm A woman’s relationship with the natural world is often unique and meaningful. For women who own land, this connection can be rewarding as well as challenging. Join us for this special presentation by Olivia Lukacic, author of the…

8
June

Vermont’s Forest Birds: Who’s Singing in My Forest?

Tuesday, June 8 12 PM-1 PM Interested in learning how to identify birds by their song? Ed Sharron, NPS Science Communication Specialist will teach us how to identify the songs of common birds in Vermont forests. After this workshop, you’ll be able…

8
June

Moose on the Loose

Tuesday, June 8 6:30pm – 7:30pm Join VT Coverts as we host VT Fish and Wildlife Biologist Nick Fortin for a discussion about Vermont’s moose population. We will learn the history of moose in Vermont, their life history, habitat needs, and threats to…

20
May

Emerald Ash Borer in Vermont: Current Status and State Response

Emerald Ash Borer in Vermont: Current Status and State Response May 20, 2021 1:00pm Join Josh Halman, Forest Health Lead at Forests, Parks and Recreation for a presentation and discussion of the current status of EAB in Vermont, the purpose of the…

19
May

Women’s Estate Planning Workshop

Wed May 19, 2021 10–11:30 am Our popular Women’s Estate Planning Workshop is online this spring! From the comfort of your own home, our panelists will walk you through the steps to confidently begin—or wrap up—your plans. Register Here

19
May

Black Ash: Research and Cultural Practices in the Face of Emerald Ash Borer

 Black Ash: Research and Cultural Practices in the Face of Emerald Ash Borer May 19, 2021 7:00pm Join a panel of researchers and practitioners from across our region sharing about the cultural and ecological significance of black ash, current research, and efforts…

18
May

Reflections on Historical Land Use and Wildlife Habitat Responses

Tuesday, May 18 7 PM – 8 PM Wildlife habitat diversity across the landscape is critical for a diversity of wildlife. Historical and current land uses influence that diversity. Understanding wildlife responses to historical landscape changes can help us with our management strategies…

12
May

Women on the Land May Workshop Series

The co-authors of the new Women on the Land publication will be offering four webinars in May for women landowners that will focus forest ecology, management planning, stewardship and succession planning on the northeast. The webinars will take place on Wednesdays in…

29
April

VWA Program Forum

Join us for our 1st VWA Program Forum Thursday, April 29 We’d like to share with you the programs and partnerships that we’re excited about: Woods, Wildlife, Warblers; Women Owning Woodlands; Land Ethic Vermont. Watch Video Here

6
April

Vermont’s Black Bears with Jackie Comeau, F&W biologist

Watch the video here. Join us for a discussion about Vermont’s black bears. We will learn about their behaviors, habitat needs and movements. The discussion will also provide tips for how to consider bears’ needs when managing your woodlot along with how…

1
April

Woods Whys Webinar

Watch here! An Exploration of Forests and Forestry, by Michael Snyder. When you find a great book, do you wish you could chat with the author? Now you can. In this webinar Mike will be discussing Chapters: 12. Do we have to choose between…

25
March

 Habitat Management for Bats

Watch here! Ever wondered where bats go during the day or in the winter? Vermont has nine species of bats that may be roosting under tree bark, in tree cavities, in rocky outcroppings or talus slopes, in caves and abandoned mines, inside…

4
March

Woods Whys Webinar

Watch the March 4th video here.