Category Archives: Wildlife/Ecology

Vermont Land Trust news & events: Protecting land with the Elnu Abenaki, spring wildflowers & new events 🐦

It’s definitely spring! We are seeing spring beauties and hepatica in the woods and translucent green leaves emerging on trees. Below, VLT ecologists Liz and Allaire offer insights into some things you may see out in nature in the weeks ahead. We’re excited to share conservation successes and new online events you can join wherever […]

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BTV Conservation News Spring 2021

BTV Conservation News When spring arrives with a rush in the Champlain Valley, the snow melts into wildflowers and bird songs lace our woods. In this issue, join BPRW’s Field Naturalist on wildflower walks at Ethan Allen Park in Burlington and Redrocks Park in South Burlington, because you can never have too many wildflowers. Also […]

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Alive in the Forest, Spring 2021

In this issue: Our 2020 Annual Report, Wildland Forestry and Vermont’s Current Use Program, restoring the West Barn, Forest Friend signs, Game of Logging Level 2, burning trees for electricity, and more. Hot off the e-press: Our 2020 Annual Report Take a look at what Vermont Family Forests was up to last year, in words and […]

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Upcoming Burlington Conservation Events of Interest and Importance

Upcoming Events and Programs Our Spring Newsletter is right around the corner (mid April send out) but here are some can’t miss events, opportunities and announcements we want you to know about! Burlington’s Virtual Community Summit on Climate Change Solutions Using NatureOur city is often seen as a leader in addressing climate change, and our […]

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Shelburne Farms’ 2021 Updates, Celebrating Sugaring, and Climate Change Learning

About • Our Work • Calendar • Support • Blog • Visit • Stay & Dine • Gather • Farm Store Here in Shelburne, we are in the midst of spring lambing and sugaring season, and the summer growing season is around the corner. Given that the remaining course of the pandemic is still uncertain, we have decided that we will not be opening many of our on-site programs and operations in 2021. […]

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Burlington Community Summit on Climate Solutions Using Nature – March 29th

Community Summit on Climate Solutions Using Nature Our city is often seen as a leader in addressing climate change, and our current approach centers energy and emissions. But there is more that we can be doing – from city action, to neighborhood action. The Burlington Conservation Board is asking you to join us in imagining […]

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Vermont Land Trust March News: Farms in Bridport & Danville. Abenaki and Wildlife events.

Whether you’re tapping sugar maples or waiting for the first wildflowers, with today’s warm weather, the anticipation of spring is everywhere. We’re excited to share some great conservation news and announce new online events. Stay grounded, stay safe,and thank you for your support,All of us at VLT What you helped us accomplish Good news from […]

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Crow’s Path: VT Natural History Course for Adults, We’re Hiring For Summer, and April Alive Camp!

March Newsletter In this newsletter: Vermont’s Natural History Course – June 28 – July 2, 2021 We’re Hiring! – Interested in joining our team of mentors? We’re hiring for summer camps.  April Alive! Vacation Camp – We will open registration for April Alive Vacation Camp on March 26th at noon! Vermont’s Natural History Course | June 28 – July 2 […]

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ecoNEWS VT Winter 2020-21 Newsletter

ecoNEWS VT – Winter 2020-21 Highlighting the latest findings in ecological research and monitoring from across Vermont We’re deep into winter, which means voyages into the mountains and forests are reserved for the brave. However, you can still learn about these landscapes through this edition of ecoNEWS! Our winter newsletter highlights research about political influence […]

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