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Traditional Abenaki Sugaring and Stories

March 25, 2021 7-8 pm The Abenaki people, who have lived on the land we now call Vermont for thousands of years, are an essential part of Vermont’s sugaring story. In a  conversation between Chief Don and VLT forester and sugarmaker Caitlin Cusack, we’ll…


Bats with Alyssa Bennett

March 25th 5:30-6:30 PM Register in advance for this meeting


Forest to Cities

March 17, 2021 2-3:30 PM Learn how engineered wood products allow us to build bigger with wood, and how this new technology is an effective alternative to carbon-intensive concrete and steel construction. Register Here.


What Animal Is It? Virtual wildlife tracking tour through the winter woods

March 11, 2021 1-2 pm Winter is a busy time for our animal neighbors. Come along on a virtual wildlife tracking tour through Vermont’s woods so you can tell which animal left those tracks. Register Here


An Introduction to Forests, Carbon Sequestration, and Markets

Tuesday Dec. 15, 12-1 PM Registration Deadline: Monday, December 14, 2020. Register here. An Introduction to Forests, Carbon Sequestration and Markets webinar is for forest owners and land managers, offering an introduction to how forests store carbon, carbon markets, and opportunities in Pennsylvania.


Vermont Land Trust: Wildlife on the Move: Protecting Landscape Connections One Parcel at A Time (webinar)

December 15 12-1 pm Please register for link Animals such as bear, moose, and bobcat need large, undeveloped areas to survive. Vermont’s land links wildlife habitat between New York, New England, and Canada. Many people and groups are working hard to protect…


Introduction to the Spotted Lanternfly (webinar)

Please join Savannah Ferreira, Forest Health Specialist with the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation, for an introduction to the Spotted Lanternfly, an invasive forest and agricultural pest. Click here to view a recording of the Zoom conference that took place…


Ask a Naturalist: Winter in Vermont (evening edition)

This exciting program brought naturalists from Audubon Vermont, Birds of Vermont Museum, and Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas together to talk about what is happening outside. Click here to view a recording of the Zoom conference that occurred on December 10.


Maple Conference Week

December 6-11, 2020 A partnership between VMSMA and UVM Extension Because we need to take our Maple Conferences virtual this year, we’re setting aside a whole week in December to bring you a Sunday evening Industry Panel and three separate interactive, online…


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…


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…


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…


Coffee with a Conservationist: Liza Walker and Caitlin Cusack (webinar)

Join VT Coverts and VWA as we host Liza Walker and Caitlin Cusack from the Vermont Land Trust.  Liza and Caitlin will share about the land trust and answer your questions about easements.  If you are considering conserving your land with a…


Vermont Land Trust: Invasive Plants Series: Backyard Invasives (webinar)

Join us for a virtual walk around the backyard. Learn about invasive plants commonly used in landscaping and native alternatives to create a yard that is a part of Vermont’s natural beauty. Click here to view a recording of the Zoom conference…


Emerald Ash Borer and Forest Management at the Andrews Community Forest (webinar)

Currently known to be in 35 states, the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is an invasive forest pest that devastates North American ash trees. EAB was found in Vermont in 2018 and poses an imminent and existential threat to Vermont’s three native species…