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Vermont Coverts Landowner Training

Posted 5/17/19

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…

Missisquoi River Basin Association Annual Forum

Posted 4/4/19

Join the MRBA for their annual form to catch up on results from 2018 and plans moving forward into 2019. 

Tree Pruning Workshop

Posted 3/23/19

Learn and practice caring for your trees under the guidance of long-time fruit-grower and nursery owner John Hayden. 

Conservation District Tree Sale

Posted 3/1/19

It’s still winter, but spring is just around the corner! It’s time to place your orders for the Franklin County Conservation District’s spring sales. Pre-order now!

Vermont’s Wildlife in a Changing Climate

Posted 2/9/19

Through colorful photos and captivating stories, the audience will come away with a new understanding of how climate change is affecting wildlife. VT Fish & Wildlife's Tom Rogers will talk about what people can do to help conserve biodiversity in…

Northeast Trackers Conference

Posted 10/20/18

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…

Owls & Their Calls

Posted 9/15/18

The Enosburg Conservation Commission will bring the folks from VINS to do a program with live owls to the Enosburg Opera House. 

From Field to Forest

Posted 9/9/18

Event sponsored by the Montgomery Conservation Commission to learn more about pollinator ecology and the NRCS funding available to support pollinators on your land. 

River Fest 2018

Posted 6/23/18

Co-sponsored by the Richford Conservation Commission, Northern Forest Canoe Trail, and Wild & Scenic River Committee.

Spring Migration Bird Walk

Posted 5/26/18

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

Biofinder: Mapping Your Community's Conservation Resources

Posted 5/24/18

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.

Enosburgh Guided Bird Outing

Posted 5/20/18

Sponsored by the Enosburgh Conservation Commission

Tree Sale Pick Up

Posted 5/5/18

Time to grab your pre-ordered trees and seed packets from the Franklin County Natural Resource Conservation District. 

Keeping Bees Workshop

Posted 5/2/18

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

Bat Program & House Building Workshop

Posted 4/28/18

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.

Using iNaturalist - Capturing Community Biodiversity

Event date: 4/21/18

Join CHC Program Director Bridget Butler to learn how to use iNaturalist to document plants & animals using your smartphone. 

Black Bears in Vermont

Posted 4/4/18

Hosted by the Richford Conservation Commission.

Snowshoe Along the River

Posted 2/10/18

Join us for a free snowshoe adventure on the Brownway Trail hosted by RiseVT and the Wild & Scenic Committee. 

Take a Walk on the Wild Side! with Sue Morse

Event date: 1/20/18

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. 

Wildlife on the Move: How We Can Protect Critical Links & Corridors

Posted 12/6/17

During this presentation as part of Stowe Land Trust's Shutesville Wildlife Series, get a sense of the big picture of conservation work happening locally and across our region to protect landscape connections from the Adirondack Mountains though New…

Biofinder: Mapping Your Community's Conservation Resources

Posted 9/28/17

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.

Association of Vermont Conservation Commissions Summit

Posted 9/23/17

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…

Live Raptor Program

Posted 9/16/17

Live hawks, owls and falcons will be the stars of an interactive program about raptors by the Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences. Sponsored by the Enosburg Conservation Commission.

Vermont Coverts Landowner Training

Posted 9/8/17

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…

Full Moon Paddle

Posted 8/5/17

Join the Wild & Scenic Committee for a moonlit paddle on the Missisquoi River! Meet at Lawyer's Landing in Enosburg Falls with your own boat to enjoy the evening fun.

Using iNaturalist for the WildPaths Project

Event date: 8/3/17

Join CHC Program Director Bridget Butler to learn how to use iNaturalist to document wildlife crossing observations for the WildPaths Project using your smartphone. 

Bird Walk in Richford

Posted 5/21/17

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.

Tree Sale - Franklin County Conservation District

Posted 4/24/17

The Franklin County Conservation District's Annual Tree Sale has a diverse list of native trees, berries and wildflowers which are great for wildlife and locally sourced. 

The Messenger - A documentary film about songbirds

Posted 4/22/17

This acclaimed movie provides a learning experience about an amazing natural phenomenon, a call to action to help our beloved songbirds, and a feast for the eyes. 

Making River Corridors Work for Wildlife & You!

Event date: 4/18/17

A hands-on workshop with Lake Champlain Sea Grant to investigate how communities can make river corridors more resilient for wildlife and people. A table-top river flume will be open to the public and to workshop participants during the evening.…

Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge Presentation

Posted 4/17/17

Sponsored by the Enosburgh Conservation Commission

Spring Equinox Nature Walk

Posted 3/19/17

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?

Love the Lake Series - Why Did the Bobcat Cross the Road?

Event date: 3/2/17

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

Animals of the North: What will climate change mean for them?

Posted 1/19/17

Join us for a spectacular journey to the North with Sue Morse's award winning photography and a discussion about how climate change is affecting our planet and it's wild animal inhabitants

Suds & Science with Vermont Center for Ecostudies

Posted 1/10/17

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…

Annual Gathering with John Elder

Event date: 10/27/16

Hold everything for the evening of Thursday, October 27th! We're planning a wonderful dinner event to celebrate our accomplishments in 2016 and our vision for the year to come. John Elder, author of Reading the Mountains of Home, will be our speaker.

Meet Bat Biologist Alyssa Bennett

Posted 10/20/16

Meet VT Fish and Wildlife Dept. Small Mammals Biologist Alyssa Bennett to learn about the condition of bats in Vermont and what individuals might be able to do to help nurture their populations.

Wild for Wilderness

Posted 10/19/16

Join us for an evening with Sue Morse as she shares her world class photography in highlighting the need for wilderness and wild places in our landscape.

Walkin’ and Talkin’ with Sue Morse

Event date: 10/1/16

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.

WildPaths in Fletcher

Posted 9/23/16

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.