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The Northeast Wildlife Trackers are a group of enthusiasts who share a passion for collaborative exchanges on all aspects of wildlife tracking in the Northeastern United States. They hold an annual conference to develop long-term connections and strategies for inspiring wildlife habitat protection.  More...

Join the Wild & Scenic Committee for an guided tutorial on painting the outdoors in the out-of-doors! Space is limited on this one, so make sure to register in advance.  More...

Do you love your woodland?  Enjoy seeing birds and other wildlife and 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?  Then join Vermont Coverts for their 3-day Woodland Owner Training.  More...

This workshop on cultivating mushrooms will be led by Mike Walker of Philo Woodland Farm. Sponsored by the Montgomery Conservation Commission.  More...

Join Bird Diva Bridget Butler to explore the Goyne property that has been managed with songbirds in mind. Sponsored by the Richford Conservation Commission. More...

Biofinder is an online mapping tool which helps you find the places most important for maintaining biodiversity, even as the climate changes. Pre-registration required. More...

The Montgomery Conservation Commission will host Dan Dillner of the VT Dept of Forests, Parks and Recreation for an evening of exploring the impacts of  Emerald Ash Borer and Forest Tent Caterpillar.  More...

Sponsored by the Enosburgh Conservation Commission More...

Join James Lariviere of Norther Border Apiaries for this workshop on beekeeping sponsored by the Montgomery Conservation Commission.  More...

Learn about bats in Vermont and then build a bat house to take home or have placed in the community. Co-sponsored by the Richford Conservation Commission & the Wild & Scenic Committee. More...

POSTPONED TO JANUARY 20TH! Join expert tracker Sue Morse for a day of tracking in Belvidere, Vermont. We'll spend the day learning about animal track & sign, as well as how you can contribute to CHC's wildlife connectivity work.  More...

Game of Logging teaches chainsaw skills. Each level builds upon the one before. By listening to explanations, watching demonstrations, and then practicing techniques, participants come away with better work habits and greater confidence in their ability to safely fell trees and work in the woods. Level 3 is on Thursday & Level 4 on Friday. More...

Game of Logging teaches chainsaw skills. Each level builds upon the one before. By listening to explanations, watching demonstrations, and then practicing techniques, participants come away with better work habits and greater confidence in their ability to safely fell trees and work in the woods. Level 1 will take place on Tuesday, Level 2 on Wednesday.  More...

Biofinder is an online mapping tool which helps you find the places most important for maintaining biodiversity, even as the climate changes. Pre-registration required. More...

The Summit is a day-long educational and networking event for community volunteers engaged in planning and caring for natural resources. Join us as we share experiences and ideas on the many issues communities face in managing natural resource assets, from town forests to town plans! More...

Do you love your woodland?  Enjoy seeing birds and other wildlife and 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?  Then join Vermont Coverts for their 3-day Woodland Owner Training.  More...

Sponsored by the Enosburgh Conservation Commission More...

Part of the Richford River Fest, this event combines 6.5 miles of flat water paddling along the Wild & Scenic Missisquoi River and 4.5 miles of cycling back on an adjacent rail trail.   More...

Buffer Widths? Stream Crossings? Water Bars? Logging practices to protect water

quality may often be second nature to forest managers but what are they exactly? More...

Join Bird Diva Bridget Butler to explore the Goyne property that has been managed with songbirds in mind. Sponsored by the Richford & Montgomery Conservation Commissions. More...

The days are getting longer, the clocks will be turned ahead, but we're also dancing between mild days and frigid arctic blasts. What's going on with nature this time of year? More...

Why Did the Bobcat Cross the Road? Roadways and wildlife connectivity with Cold Hollow to Canada More...

Franklin County Forester Nancy Patch will lead a snowshoe walk on the Brownway River Trail followed by hot chocolate at the Flying Disc coffee shop.  All ages are welcome! More...

Join the Bakersfield Conservation Commission to walk Shattuck Mountain Trail while looking at winter plants, fungus, lichens & trees.  More...

Please join scientists from the Vermont Center for Ecostudies (VCE) and colleagues at the Norwich Inn on January 10th from 7-8 pm, for a cold brew and stimulating conversation. Bridget Butler, Program Director at Cold Hollow to Canada, will tell you more than you thought you would ever want to know about roadkill in Vermont.  More...

Explore Sue Morse's property at Wolf Run to build upon your tracking skills. This full day outdoor workshop will culminate in a foot morphology lesson & potluck. Space is limited. More...

This month we'll head over to Fletcher to walk Metcalf Pond Road. A series of wetlands along this road make it a prime site for wildlife movement. Learn how your observations can help the WildPaths Project.  More...

This month in beautiful Belvidere, we'll be walking Bog Road which should make for an amazing morning! With wetlands and large forest blocks on either side of the road, it's no wonder this has been identified as a crossing site.  More...

This month we'll be walking the Stevens Mill Slide Road looking for roadkill, tracks, game trails and other signs of where wildlife are crossing. Learn how you can collect observations for the WildPaths Project.  More...

We'll walk the East Bakersfield Road, which has been identified as a wildlife crossing site, looking for signs of animals and roadkill. Co-sponsored with the Bakersfield Conservation Commission. More...