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.
Woodlots Program Manager Monica Przyperhart reflects on starting a new job and facilitating peer-to-peer learning during a pandemic.
Read Board President, Charlie Hancock's intro to the Fall 2021 Connections Newsletter.
Meet Monica Przyperhart, Cold Hollow to Canada's new Woodlots Program Manager.
An introduction from the latest addition to the CHC team.
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…
CHC's new Conservation Director introduces himself. Welcome to the team, Dave!
Barred owls and snapping turtles are not typical companions, but both were seen on October 30, 2021, on the Waterville Town Green. They were accompanied by a red-tailed hawk, a rabbit, and an…
Read more about the sweetest tree in the Cold Hollow region!
Updates on state legislation that impacts our forests and how we manage them
Charlie Hancock reflects on CHC's history, and shares exciting news about the organization's growth.
Former board member and ecologist Greg Mikkelson shares how the WWF's 2022 Living Planet Report can inform our work in the Cold Hollows.
This summer marks a transition point for out tracking and game camera projects, with new volunteer opportunities and a 6-month tracking immersion on the horizon.
A synopsis of our black ash pounding event with Abenaki basket-makers Kerry and Ryan Wood
A big CHC welcome to Sarah Downes, Carissa Stein, and Renee Reiner!
Board members share their latest recommendations off their book shelf
CHC, Audubon Vermont, and VYCC join together for a wildlife-friendly project in Belvidere.
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…
An update on the summer happenings at Cold Hollow to Canada.
Charlie Hancock introduces the CHC spring newsletter.
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…
Vermont's Climate Council is poised to adopt its finalized plan to meet our state's emission reduction targets. Here's a summary of strategies and actions for natural and working lands.
May was a busy month for Cold Hollow to Canada. We helped landowners plant 350 trees to benefit forest resilience goals. We met with leaders from Vermont Youth Conservation Corps and Audubon Vermont…
What happens when a landowner teams up with an experienced birder for an early morning walk? Notes from a June outing in Richford.
February means a lot of things—skiing, ice fishing, logging, tapping, tracking, and forever bringing in more firewood—but one thing we have our eye on this time of year is what’s happening in…
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.
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.
We'll gather at the Montgomery Grange Hall for a catered dinner and enjoy speaker Tom Butler from the Foundation for Deep Ecology. Suggested donation is $15.
Meet new CHC board members Jenny Goyne and Greg Mikkelson.
At this time of year, I daydream of swimming in lakes and camping under the stars. My garden is planted, I'm harvesting spinach, and my kids are rejoicing over the opening of the local creemee stand.…
David Budbill, a Vermont poet, left us a legacy of poetry about living in rural Vermont when he died last year. Wendell Berry called the poet’s work “a delight and a comfort”.
There are really big things going on in the Cold Hollow to Canada region. If you have not yet heard, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) has bought out their Vermont Land Trust (VLT) partner for the Calavale…
Bridget Butler shares the results of the first season of Birder Broker.