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The Newsletter of Cold Hollow to Canada

2019 Fall

Resiliency: Our Communities, Our Forests

By Charlie Hancock, CHC Board Chair

Posted 11/7/19

Charlie Hancock introduces the CHC fall newsletter.

Reflections on Cold Hollow to Canada's Annual Gathering

By Jessica Boone, CHC Board Member

Posted 11/7/19

Jessica Boone reflects on this year's Annual Gathering.

Why Natural History Matters

By Kent McFarland, Vermont Center for Ecostudies

Posted 11/7/19

Kent McFarland, Conservation Biologist for Vermont Center for Ecostudies and Co-Host of VPR's Outdoor Radio, summarizes his talk at this year's Cold Hollow to Canada Annual Gathering.

Hybrid Science: Students, Storytelling, and Coyotes in the Green Mountain State

By Joshua Morse, University of Vermont

Posted 11/7/19

University of Vermont graduate student Joshua Morse describes his partnership with Cold Hollow to Canada and his research on Vermonters' perspectives on coyotes.

Emerald Ash Borer: What to do to save our ash trees

By Nancy Patch, CHC Vice Chair

Posted 11/7/19

Nancy Patch discusses the impact Emerald Ash Borer will have on our forests and what landowners can do.

A Collection of Fall Poems

By Geof Hewitt

Posted 11/7/19

A collection of fall poems by CHC Woodlots landowner and Vermont Slam Poet Laureate Geof Hewitt.

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