Welcome, Winter; My Coyotes in Richford; A Forester for You; Winter Tree Identification; Upcoming Events
Connectivity—One Town at a Time; Teaming Up for the Forest; Slow Down & See the Moss; Conservation in Enosburgh; Habitat Recommendations; Upcoming Events
Cold Hollow to Canada’s First Newsletter; Keeping Track of Wildlife; Emerald Ash Borer; Reflections on Favorites; Conservation in Bakersfield; Staying Connected; Upcoming Events
A Vision for Conservation; Animals in Winter; Gorillas and the Mist; Conservation Corner; Upcoming Events
Conservation, INC.; Superman in Cargo Shorts?; An Afternoon with John Davis; Conservation Easement Basics; Montgomery Conservation; A Conservation Opportunity?; Upcoming Events
Local Action Towards Conservation; Richford Commission Work; Managing a Sugarbush; Owl Spotting; Forests for Birds; Upcoming Events
A Foundation for Growth; Marten and Fisher: Our Native Mustelid Cousins; Tracking Marten in New Hampshire; Going Green: The Opportunity for Forest Certification; BioFinder; Upcoming Events
Fall Greetings from CHC; Enosburg Falls River Access Conserved with Help from ECC; Five Forest Management Strategies to Adapt to Climate Change; Invasive Species Corner: Buckthorn; Deer vs. Coyote in the Northern Forest; Upcoming Events
Keep On Tracking; How Do You Save a Forest? One Piece at a Time; Public Recreation on Private Land; Our Forests are Under Attack; Upcoming Events
Keeping Connections; A Conservation Success Story in Bakersfield; A Short Bio of the “Bear Man”; Black Bear in Vermont; Audubon Vermont Forest Bird Initiative Connects Landowners with Conservation; Cross Boundary Connections; Upcoming Events
Conservation Democracy; Wild and Scenic Update; Puddles with a Purpose; Conservation in the Neighborhood; Development Impacts; Upcoming Events
Keeping Connections; Emerald Ash Borer; Japanese Barberry, Deer and Tick Interactions; Enosburgh Conservation Commission Update; Pollinators; River Fest; Upcoming Events
Cross Boundary Connections; Black Bear Meets Cold Hollow to Canada Members; The Canada Lynx; Invasive Species: Garlic Mustard; Pollinator Update: Monarch Butterfly; Emerald Ash Borer Update; Upcoming Events
Partners in Conservation; Confessions of a Keeping Tracker; Making Decisions in Your Woodlot: The Peer to Peer Model; Otters in Vermont; Invasive Species: Oriental Bittersweet; Upcoming Events
Working Together Towards Resiliency; Climate Change and Our Forests; The Working Lands Partnership’s Second Summit; 2014 Cold Hollow to Canada Party; Reptiles and Amphibians in the Cold Hollow to Canada Region; Upcoming Events
Exploring the Place We Call Home; Highlights from Cold Hollow to Canada’s Regional Celebration in May; Our Rowdy Friends in Richford; A Case Study: Cold Hollow Woodlots—Peer to Peer Landscape Level Management; Recommended Books; Upcoming Events
Cold Hollow to Canada 2.0; Keeping Track Update; Low Impact Logging and Cut to Length Operations; A Peer to Peer Approach to Woodlands Management; Debate; Upcoming Events
Expanding the Team; UVM Students Give CHC a Hand; Meet Bridget Butler; A Tree Farm for Christmas; Finding Patterns in the Woods; Cougars Coming East with Sue Morse; Beaver, a Keystone Species; Upcoming Events
Connecting for Conservation; Living Legacies in Our Forests; WANTED: Signs of Spring; Find Us on Facebook!; Cougars Coming East, or Are They Already Here?; Upcoming Events
Strengthening Regional Conservation; Vermont’s “Sweetest” Bird Habitat; For Anna; A Report on Forest Fragmentation; Summer Lovin’; A Moose, a Bird, and a Shrub; Book Review: A Landowner’s Guide; Upcoming Events
Planting the Seeds for Conservation in the Cold Hollow to Canada Region; Why Give to CHC?; Why Citizen Science?; Why Woodlots?; Membership Pledge Card; Upcoming Events
A Forest for the Future; Wolves, Coyotes, and Hybrids? Which is Which?; Water Quality Impacts from the Forest; The 2015 East Franklin County Christmas Bird Count; Celebrating the New Year Tracker Style; Upcoming Events
When the Forest Came to the Capital; Preserving Habitats Around the Parc National du Mont-Orford; Cross-Border Collaboration in the Northern Greens; How did the Moose Cross the Road?; Forestland Owned by VLT and TNC for Sale; Book Review: Half-Earth;…
Our Work Together; Review of Reading the Mountains of Home; Trail Camera Use for Tracking; Snakes in the Cold Hollow to Canada Corridor; Local Sugarmakers Buy Conserved Land; Vermont’s Wild & Scenic Rivers; Upcoming Events
ACT 250 at 50 (and Why We Should Care); Woodland Delicious; Keeping Track Monitoring Photo Collage; Season Two for WildPaths; Conserving Forestland: What does long term conservation mean?; Upcoming Events
Now More than Ever, This is Our Time; Summary of John Elder’s Talk at CHC’s Annual Gathering; Amazon Smile Opportunity; WildPaths Wildlife Observations Summary; About Jesse Littlefield; Peace of Wild Things; Winter Finches; Book Review: Lab Girl;…
Abenaki scholar and ethnobotanist Dr. Fred Wiseman recently spoke with members of CHC's Woodlots program. Listen to the talk and learn more about Abenaki ecology in the Northern Green Mountains here.
During his time as the AmeriCorps member for the Forest Ecosystem Monitoring Cooperative, Jake Van Deursen generously donated his time to analyze five years of data from Cold Hollow to Canada's Keeping Track Monitoring Program. The Keeping Track…
Breaking the financial barriers to conservation, we're pleased to announce the Cold Hollow Land Conservation Fund.
Board Chair Charlie Hancock reflects on what an amazing year 2017 has been for CHC and extends a heartfelt thank you to all of our supporters this year.
Greetings friends and welcome to the Fall 2018 edition of CONNECTIONS, the quarterly newsletter from Cold Hollow to Canada. With this issue we shift our focus from the working forests which have been and will continue to be, at the core of our work,…
Getting out in the woods in the winter can bring an entire new appreciation for the plants and animals we live with. The adaptation strategies employed by our near kin show them as much hardier than ourseleves. While trees may lose their leaves, we…
In April, the Vermont Center for Ecostudies released a 25-year study on Vermont's Forest Birds. Find out who's fairing well and who's on the decline & what we can do to help.