In The Woods, On The Stage and On The Page, Vt Logger, Storyteller, Author is a Cut Above

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In The Woods, On The Stage and On The Page, Vt Logger, Storyteller, Author is a Cut Above

For Immediate Release: Master Storyteller, Woodsman and Author Bill Torrey will be debuting his One-man Storytelling Performance, Cutting Remarks Saturday, September 21st at 7:30 at the Main Street Landing Film House in Burlington. (Sponsored by MSL) This is the first of four performances this autumn.  Others are at the Town Hall Theater in Middlebury on

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Forest Health Report for July 2019

July:  Hot with Late Boomers Perhaps the most memorable weather-related observations in July were at the tail-end of the month, when severe thunderstorms on July 30 and 31st rocked many locations in Vermont. Considered by many the most intense storm of the summer, damage on July 30th included downed trees and power outages, notably in

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Insect and Disease Observations— June 2019

Forest Health Report || Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation || June 2019 Sweater Weather in June Like May, June featured below-normal temperatures and above normal rainfall. According to weather reporter Matt Sutkoski, the Champlain Valley ended the month near normal temper-ature-wise, but areas away from the lake were cooler. In his July 1 blog,

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Vermont Woodlands Association PSA with Mike Fritz minute March 11, 2016 DVD

A PSA made for the Vermont Woodlands Association. VWA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation whose mission is to advocate for the management, sustainability, perpetuation, and enjoyment of forests through the practice of excellent forestry that employs highly integrated management practices that protect and enhance both the tangible and intangible values of forests – including clean

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Vermont Woodlands Association PSA with Richard Carbonetti minute March 11, 2016 DVD

A PSA made for the Vermont Woodlands Association. VWA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation whose mission is to advocate for the management, sustainability, perpetuation, and enjoyment of forests through the practice of excellent forestry that employs highly integrated management practices that protect and enhance both the tangible and intangible values of forests – including clean

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Publications List

Most of the following suggested publications are available for download by clicking the link to the resource. We have a few hard copies of some of these publications which we are happy to mail out to you if you are interested. Contact the Vermont Woodlands office by phone (802) 747-7900 or at info@vermontwoodlands.org to request

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Suggested Reading List

Many of the books listed below are available from Vermont Woodlands Shop. Visit for purchase information or email info@vermontwoodlands. Mollie Beattie, Lynn Levine, & Charles Thompson. Working with Your Woodland — A Landowner’s Guide (Revised Edition) Evans, Trevor. Forest Trees of Vermont Johnson, Charles W. The Nature of Vermont. Introduction and Guide to a New

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Woods Whys Explores Hows and Whys of Forests and Forestry

Woods Whys: New Book by Forests, Parks and Recreation Commissioner Explores the Hows and Whys of Forests and Forestry MONTPELIER, VT – Have you ever wondered how trees “come back to life” in spring? Why paper birches are so white? Or which trees make the best firewood? A new book by Vermont’s Commissioner of Forests,

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China Hardwood Tariffs

China Hardwood Tariffs will depress prices for now, hurt U.S. sawmills. Of the hardwood lumber produced in the U.S., 24 percent is exported to China and 22 percent is exported to other countries. The new retaliation tariff by China on incoming hardwood lumber to their country from the U.S. will eliminate much of the sales

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