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The Newsletter of Cold Hollow to Canada

2018 Winter

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You

By Charlie Hancock, CHC Board Chair

Posted 1/25/18

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.

Wildlands & Woodlands Report - The Cold Hollow Connection

By Nancy Patch, CHC Vice Chair & Franklin County Forester

Posted 1/25/18

How do Cold Hollow to Canada's goals match up with the recently released Wildlands & Woodlands Vision by Harvard University. Board member Nancy Patch makes the comparison for us.

Lynx in Vermont

By Kim Royar, Wildlife Biologist for the State of Vermont

Posted 1/25/18

Here's a brief history of the Canada Lynx in Vermont by Kim Royar, Fish & Wildlife Biologist and Special Assistant to the Fish & Wildlife Commissioner.

Setting the Table for Songbirds

By Bridget Butler, The Bird Diva & CHC Program Director

Posted 1/25/18

You can enhance the backyard or woodland buffet for birds with a little planning this spring. Meet two species of shrubs that are great picks for wildlife in our region.

When a Tree Falls in the Forest

By Steve Hagenbuch, Audubon Vermont Conservation Biologist

Posted 1/25/18

With permission from Audubon Vermont, we're pleased to share this piece on the benefits of blow downs. Find out what to do with spots that were impacted this fall on your property.

Nancy Patch Honored by Vermont Coverts

By Lisa Sausville, Executive Director Vermont Coverts

Posted 1/25/18

At the Vermont Coverts annual gathering Franklin County Forester and CHC co-founder Nancy Patch was honored.

Calendar of Events

Posted 1/25/18

Make sure to visit our events page to see what's happening in our region this fall and winter. We partner with local conservation commissions and other groups to bring quality programming to the Cold Hollow Mountains.

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