Sunday October 29, 2:00 – 5:00 pm
84 Galvin Road, Whiting
- Costumes encouraged
- Activities for all ages:
- roasting marshmallows
- bobbing for apples, etc.
- Refreshments provided
Questions? Call Gwyn Cattell 623-6732
*sponsored by the Whiting Democrats as inclusive, non-partisan community activities
Backyard Woods Program
A course for Vermont homeowners interested in caring for their woods
*Do you own less than 25 acres?
*Are you interested in learning more about your woods?
*Do you want to become a more active steward of your woods?
Then you may be interested in the Backyard Woods Program, now offered statewide!
The Backyard Woods Program is a six-week online course that uses a combination of video’s, webinars, discussion forums and weekly activities to guide you in the exploration of your backyard woods. Upon completion of the program, you will have developed an action plan to help you get started!
Whether you own 2 acres or 20 acres, this program will help you make the most out of the woods in your backyard!
*The online course starts Sept. 18 and runs through the week of Oct. 23.
*Participants will also be invited to an in-person Backyard Woods Field Day (TBD).
*This course is composed of 4 online modules. Each module has videos, webinars, and activities that will be completed on your own schedule for the duration of the course.
Registration: The course costs $35, which includes a course manual, a tree identification book and a hands-on in person session.
Learn more and register by September 12th at www.vtcommunityforestry.org
Questions? Contact Gwen at email@example.com or 802-651-8343. To request a disability-related accommodation to participate, please register by Sept. 1.
GWEN KOZLOWSKI | Outreach & Education Coordinator
VT Urban & Community Forestry Program
802-651 -8343, Ext 506 │ www.vtcommunityforestry.org
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Woodlands and Wildlife Training Workshop
Do you love your woodland? Enjoy seeing birds and other wildlife? Want to learn how a healthy forest can enhance wildlife habitat, provide recreational and timber benefits? Are you interested in reaching out to others in your community? If you answered yes to any of these then this program is for you! Join us for the Coverts 3-day Woodland Owner Training sponsored by Vermont Coverts: Woodlands for Wildlife. It will allow you to connect with resource professionals and others while learning how you can improve your woodland. The next training dates are September 8-10 and there are still spaces available. We will be at Kehoe Conservation Camp on the shores of Lake Bomoseen. The Training is FREE (a deposit refundable upon completion holds your spot) and includes all meals, lodging and materials. To learn more, see a sample agenda or download an application visit our website at www.vtcoverts.org. You can also contact us by calling Lisa Sausville at 802-877-2777 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vermont Coverts: Woodlands for Wildlife
Educating Landowners in Forest Management & Wildlife Stewardship for over 30 Years
Vermont Covert’s training is designed specifically for landowners, offering classroom and field studies in woodland and wildlife management.
Learn how a healthy woodland can enhance wildlife habitat, provide recreational and timber benefits. Discover how to make a difference on your own land and provide guidance to neighbors and other community members to encourage stewardship for woodlands and wildlife.
Kehoe Conservation Camp
The training program requires a $100 deposit to hold your space
(deposit is refundable upon request at the completion of the training).
For more information or to register, visit our website www.vtcoverts.org, or contact Lisa Sausville, Executive Director.
Vermont Coverts: Woodlands for Wildlife
PO Box 328
Vergennes, VT 05491
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Vermont Arbor Day Conference
Thursday May 4th
VT College of Fine Arts, Montpelier
Cost $40, lunch provided
Registration is now open for the 2017 Vermont Arbor Day Conference. The Vermont Urban & Community Forestry Program is hosting our second annual full-day conference in honor of Arbor day on May 4th at the Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier. Come learn, celebrate, and network with the citizen tree stewards, municipal leaders, and professionals for our state’s urban and community forests.
We will be offering four simultaneous tracks geared toward separate audiences this year: municipal leaders, professional arborists, citizen volunteers, and general forest health interest. Session topics include: Emerald Ash Borer, VT Green Streets Manual, VT Tree Warden Statues, VT Open Meeting Law, Tree Cabling and Alternatives and more!
ISA and SAF credits will be available for some sessions (labeled on agenda).
Join us at noon on Saturday November 12th as we dedicate the Veteran’s Memorial Plaque which is now affixed to the Town Hall. There will be a short dedication outside and then cider and donuts inside. Everyone is welcome.