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The Newsletter of Cold Hollow to Canada

2021 Spring

A Case Study on Carbon

By Jim Levitt, International Land Conservation Network

Posted 6/6/21

In past newsletters, we’ve detailed our Carbon Aggregation Project launched in partnership with the Vermont Land Trust, Nature Conservancy of Vermont, and University of Vermont. This project, the first of its kind in the nation, helped 10 landowners…

Giving Game Cameras a "Soak" in the Cold Hollows

By Joshua Morse, University of Vermont

Posted 6/6/21

After a pause in operations due to COVID, University of Vermont PhD candidate Josh Morse returned to the Cold Hollows to check on his game cameras. Click here to read a project update.

The Dinosaur and the Warbler

By Charlie Hancock

Posted 6/6/21

Read about how our work to create early successional habitat can support a diversity of bird species in the Cold Hollow region.

A CHC Reading List

Posted 6/6/21

Looking for your next beach read or lounging in the shade of a large tree read? Look no further than a list compiled by the Board members, staff, and Woodlots landowners of Cold Hollow to Canada. We hope you enjoy!

Annual Gathering: Save the Date

Posted 6/6/21

We are thrilled to announce that Judith Schwartz, author of The Reindeer Chronicles, will be speaking at our annual gathering in October. We invite you to join us on the evening of Thursday, October 14 at the Montgomery Town Hall / Grange*. The…

The Long Game

By Charlie Hancock

Posted 6/6/21

Read CHC President Charlie Hancock's full intro to the Spring Newsletter.

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