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April

VWA Program Forum

Join us for our 1st VWA Program Forum Thursday, April 29 7-8:15 PM 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. Look for full details in next week’s…

28
April

Facing Invaders: WOW Invasive Discussion

Wednesday, April 28 6:30–7:30 PM Women Owning Woodlands Vermont will host a learning opportunity about invasive species management. The program will start with a short presentation on strategies to manage and control invasive plant species addressing why we care, where to start, whom…

20
April

Tree Farm Inspector training

Tree Farm Inspector training webinar for April 20th from 9 AM-1 PM. This is for the 2021 Standards and is required for anyone to remain certified. We will send invites directly out to inspectors, but here is the Registration link.

14
April

A Kinder and Gentler Forest Management:

Ecological Forestry for a Complex World w/ Dr. Tony D’Amato Wednesday, April 14 7– 8 PM Here in Vermont, our forests are precious to us. They enrich our lives, providing us with clean air, clean water, carbon sequestration and storage, wildlife habitat…

13
April

The Radical Forest Manager

 Tuesday, April 13 6-7:00 PM In a changing climate, forests are both an asset – helping slow and mitigate the effects of climate change by absorbing the carbon we emit – and under threat. Do New England’s forests have a broader role…

13
April

Backyard Wood Products- Drying Your Own Lumber

April 13, 2021 Many people have thought about using lumber that came from trees on their own property in woodworking projects such as cabinets, flooring, and more. Many people do not know that the wood needs to be dried before it can…

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.

5
November

2020 VWA Annual Meeting (virtual)

Click here to view a recording of the Zoom conference that took place on November 5, 2020. 2020 November Annual Meeting Minutes Agenda: President’s Welcome by Allan Thompson; A Tribute to Put Blodgett by Paul Harwood; VWA Reflections, Transitions, and thoughts about…

20
October

Virtual Tree Farm Tour with Jock Irons (webinar)

Join Jock Irons for a virtual tour of his Tree Farm #1013 in Woodford, VT. The property is 41 acres and has been enrolled in Tree Farm since 1987. Jock returned from Alaska several years ago to take over management of his…

13
October

Fermenting and Bottling Hard Cider with Alan Robertson (webinar)

A presentation and talk by Alan Robertson, Tree Farmer and cider enthusiast from Sheffield VT. Al will explain how to brew your own hard cider, from the selection of apple varieties to bottling and enjoying. Registration is required. Click here for a…