Category Archives: Wildlife/Ecology

Burlington Conservation Newsletter Holiday Issue

BTV Conservation News The Pulse of Burlington’s Wild Green HeartDecember 2020Issue No. 15 Visit Our Website Happy Holidays from Dan & Alicia  Winter is a time to reflect and appreciate stillness and some slowing down, and it also presents us with unique and expansive ways to enjoy the natural world. For the times you are cozying up and […]

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Monthly Newsletter from Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Enjoy our monthly newsletter providing updates on research, outreach and education from Lake Champlain Sea Grant. Mark Malchoff Makes a Splash With 21 Years of Aquatic Expertise on Lake Champlain By Shari HalikDecember 02, 2020Mark Malchoff devoted more than 21 years of expertise and service as Aquatic Resources Specialist with Lake Champlain Sea Grant (LCSG) […]

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Vermont Research News – Beavers, Election maps, Snowmobiling and more…

twitter • facebook • website • instagram The COVID-19 Tracking Project The COVID-19 tracking project maps the number of COVID cases per million people in every state.  See also The UVM Health Network website dedicated to giving Vermonters the information they need to contain the spread of COVID-19. And the Vermont Department of Health for the latest numbers […]

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ecoNEWS VT Fall 2020 Newsletter

ecoNEWS VT – Fall 2020 Highlighting the latest findings in ecological research and monitoring from across Vermont Autumn is here! In this season’s newsletter we highlight research on the growth of red oak in the Northeast, how biodiverse land and ecosystem services can be protected together, and how hunters would feel if wolves were to […]

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Vermont Research Newsletter: Turtles, new art, traffic stops and more…

Racial Disparities in Traffic StopsA recent study of the Bennington Vermont Police department’s traffic stop data has uncovered statistically significant discrepancies in the treatment of minorities.  Hispanic drivers are three times more likely than white drivers to be arrested as the result of a traffic stop.  Black drivers are three times as likely to be […]

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Burlington Conservation Newsletter Fall 2020

BTV Conservation News The Pulse of Burlington’s Wild Green Heart Fall 2020Issue No. 14 A Letter from Dan & Alicia  As the weather begins to cool and the autumn leaves change colors, Burlington’s natural areas are a sanctuary from daily life.  With its falling leaves, autumn reminds us that letting go is part of the […]

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Plant trees by eating chocolate!

Last month, Lake Champlain Chocolates launched a new chocolate bar collection: Restorative Moments. The mantra, “Indulge. Restore. Repeat.” seeks to help you unwind with gourmet dark chocolate.  “Today more than ever, we seek restorative moments of peace and serenity.” says Allyson Myers, LCC’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “With this new line of bars, not only will consumers […]

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