VT F&W to Hold Cottontail Hunting Seminar

 

ADDISON, Vt. –The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department will hold a cottontail rabbit hunting seminar from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 10 at the Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area in Addison.

Hunter Education Instructor, Dan Lovell, along with his beagle, Hunter, will begin the seminar with a workshop about hunting eastern cottontail rabbits with beagles.  The seminar will conclude with a hunt on the grounds of Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area. 

Vt Fish & Wildlife Biologists to Lead Wildlife Walk at Victory Basin Wildlife Management Area on February 10

 

 

VICTORY, Vt. – Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is excited to host a wildlife viewing tour at Victory Basin Wildlife Management Area. Doug Morin, a wildlife biologist with the department, will lead this wildlife-based exploration of a truly unique part of Vermont.  The tour is scheduled for February 10. 

New Guidebooks Provide Resources for Modern Wood Heating in Vermont Schools and Affordable Housing

MONTPELIER – The Vermont State Wood Energy Team is pleased to announce the availability of two new resources for modern wood heating. A Practical Guide to Modern Wood Heating: Successful Conversion to Wood Heating for Schools in Vermont and A Practical Guide to Modern Wood Heating: Successful Conversion to Wood Heating for Affordable Housing in Vermont are comprehensive guides intended to educate administrators, building managers, and school boards about the possibilities for wood heat as a lower-cost, more predictable, stable, and local energy source.

New Public Noticing System Puts Information into the Hands of all Vermonters

 

MONTPELIER – Once considered out-of-sight, the state’s environmental permitting system just got a massive makeover that’s turning heads. The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) recently launched the Environmental Notice Bulletin (ENB). Now, for the first time ever, there is an online hub that gives anyone the ability to easily track permit applications and add public comments.

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