Lee Simard, Fisheries Biologist, will give a talk on the history of the Batten Kill and the Department of Fish and Wildlife’s past, current, and future management practices.
This presentation by wildlife biologist Kim Royar includes a walk-through Vermont’s history of land use from the time of the Native Americans to present and discusses the relationship between the human changes to the landscape and the wildlife that live in Vermont as a result, particularly beaver, otter, coyote, bobcat, and wolf, etc.
Location: One World Conservation Center, 413 US Route 7S Bennington, VT
Citizens interested in healthy waters and landscape-based solutions to water quality are encouraged to attend the 13th Annual Vermont Lake Seminar on Friday June 2, 2017. This year’s event will be held at the Canadian Club in Barre, and will feature workshops and presenters speaking to the theme ‘Pathways to Healthy Lakes.’
Attend this workshop to learn how today's actions can keep our waters safe and clean.
Attend this workshop to learn how today's actions can keep our water sources safe and clean.
Join us for the 4th installment of our popular day of workshops and training for Vermont's municipal officials. See the full agenda and workshop descriptions or register online. The $25 registration fee includes 4 workshop sessions, a morning coffee break and a light luncheon. This year's plenary session will focus on Forest Fragmentations and Forest Health in Vermont.
Join us for an enjoyable and satisfying volunteer workday, as we pull up plant growth at Spiny Softshell Turtle nesting beaches, to prepare for the turtle egg-laying season next June.
The Agencies of Natural Resources, Commerce and Community Development and Transportation are teaming up to offer a full day of training for Vermont's municipal officials on Wed, Sept 9, 2015 at our offices at the National Life building in Montpelier. We are offering over 20 different workshops! You can find the full agenda and registration information on our web site. The registration fee is just $25 and includes morning coffee and a buffet lunch.
The Vermont Drinking Water Week Committee is pleased to be celebrating National Drinking Water Week with an all-day Drinking Water Fair for close to 200 4th-6th grade children at Oakledge Park in Burlington, VT on Friday May 8, 2015. Winners of our Annual Poster & Photo Contest highlighting this year’s theme, What do you know about H2O?, will be recognized during the Fair.