Vermont’s Agency of Natural Resources Secretary to Hold Community Forum on the Health of Vermont’s Moose Herd and other Environmental Topics on June 26

June 19, 2018

MONTPELIER, Vt. - On Tuesday, June 26th at 4pm, Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) Secretary Julie Moore will host a gathering in Montpelier to discuss the health of Vermont’s moose herd and other topics related to Vermont’s natural world. Mark Scott, Director of Wildlife, and Cedric Alexander, Moose Project Leader for ANR’s Fish & Wildlife Department, will join the Secretary to lead the discussion. Together, they will talk about the current health, status, and management of moose in Vermont and share information about the latest moose study. They will also provide information about the impacts of winter ticks on moose. 

This gathering is part of the ongoing community series Tell Me More with Secretary Moore. The series is a way for the Secretary to hear the public’s thoughts, ideas, questions and concerns about Vermont’s natural world – from its land and water to its plants and wildlife. While the meeting on June 26th will begin with a conversation about Vermont’s moose herd, it will not be limited to this topic. The Secretary invites the public to come with any questions and comments they may have about Vermont’s environment. 

The gathering will be held in the Dewey Building at 1 National Life Drive in Montpelier on June 26th at 4pm. For those people who are not able to make it in person, a virtual meeting link is available: https://meet.lync.com/vermontgov-vermont/elle.o'casey/R99ZZLW5

 

Tell Me More Schedule

What | The Health of Vermont’s Moose Herd

When | Tuesday, June 26, 2018; 4:00 – 5:00 PM

Where | Dewey Building, 1 National Life Drive, Montpelier

Link to join remotely