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The Newsletter of Cold Hollow to Canada

2019 Spring

Spring in the Cold Hollows

By Charlie Hancock, CHC Board Chair

Posted 4/30/19

The full version of Board Chair Charlie Hancock's welcome to the Spring Connections newsletter.

Birder Broker: Matching Landowners with Birders for Conservation

By Bridget Butler, Bird Diva Consulting

Posted 4/30/19

Want to learn more about the birds on your property? Want to go birding in previously un-surveyed parts of Vermont? Register for Birder Broker today!

Big Questions About Big Maple

By Cold Hollow to Canada Board

Posted 4/30/19

Read more about the big questions the CHC Board raises in response to the changing maple industry in Vermont.

Cold Hollow Land Conservation Fund Update: “The Land Belongs to the Future”

Posted 4/30/19

Update courtesy of Vermont Land Trust. Read more about the two properties now protected under conservation easements with the help of the Cold Hollow Land Conservation Fund.

Of Bears and Beech: Vermont Fish & Wildlife’s Deerfield Wind Black Bear Study

By Liza Morse, CHC Administrative Coordinator

Posted 4/30/19

Read more about Vermont Fish & Wildlife's Deerfield Wind Black Bear Study and CHC Administrative Coordinator Liza Morse's experience out in the field with project biologists.

Vermont Herp Atlas Fundraiser

By Jim Andrews, Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas

Posted 4/30/19

Help support the Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas' first ever fundraising event. Learn more here.

Calendar of Events

Posted 4/30/19

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

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