Educational Events

Talk: Vermont's Wildlife in a changing Climate

Through colorful photos and captivating stories, the audience will come away with a new understanding of how climate change is affecting wildlife. Tom Rogers, with the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department, will talk about what people can do to help conserve biodiversity in Vermont in the face of these new threats.

The talk is free and open to the public. Donations of $15 are requested to support an environmental education program in the local school are appreciated. ​

Talk: Vermont's Land Use Changes and Effects on Wildlife

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

Pathways to Healthy Lakes Seminar

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.’

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