Public Meetings

Tell Me More with Secretary Moore

Agency of Natural Resources Secretary Julie Moore will host a gathering in Montpelier to discuss a variety of environmental topics on Tuesday, November 27th. The conversation will start with a discussion on invasive species in Vermont. Secretary Moore will then open the floor to the public, inviting them to share thoughts, ideas, questions and concerns about Vermont’s natural world – from land and water to plants and wildlife. 

Public Meeting to be Held on Conserved Lands in Northeast Kingdom

 

The Vermont departments of Fish & Wildlife, and Forests, Parks, & Recreation are holding a public meeting to discuss future management and use of a group of conserved lands in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. 

The meeting will discuss the Bill Sladyk Wildlife Management Area, Black Turn Brook State Forest, and Averill Mountain Wildlife Management Area, primarily in the towns of Norton and Holland.  The meeting will take place on Tuesday, March 20 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Town of Brighton Elementary School. 

Public Meeting Concerning Emerald Ash Borer Detection in Orange County

There will be a public meeting in Barre on Thursday, March 15th, 2018 to discuss the discovery of emerald ash borer in Orange County. The meeting is being hosted by the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation, and the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets, in cooperation with the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service and the US Forest Service.

Public Hearing on Vermont's Deer and Moose population

 

 

Hunters, landowners and anyone else interested in deer and moose should plan on attending one of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife public hearings being held in March and May. 

The hearings will include results of Vermont’s 2017 deer and moose seasons and prospects for hunting next fall as well as an opportunity for people to provide their observations and opinions regarding deer and moose. 

The hearings will also include a review of the proposed 2018 moose hunting season and an opportunity for the public to comment. 

 

Public Hearing on Vermont's Deer and Moose population

Hunters, landowners and anyone else interested in deer and moose should plan on attending one of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife public hearings being held in March and May. 

The hearings will include results of Vermont’s 2017 deer and moose seasons and prospects for hunting next fall as well as an opportunity for people to provide their observations and opinions regarding deer and moose. 

The hearings will also include a review of the proposed 2018 moose hunting season and an opportunity for the public to comment. 

 

Tell me More with Secretary Moore - Community Meeting Series

One year ago, Secretary Moore set out on a listening tour, traveling to towns across the state to hear directly from Vermonters about the challenges surrounding the management of our natural resources and possible solutions.
 
This year, Secretary Moore is taking these conversations a step further by hosting a series of open forums focusing on specific topics that are top-of-mind for many Vermonters right now, including clean water, the long-range management of state lands, and the health of Vermont’s moose herd.
 

Tell me More with Secretary Moore - Community Meeting Series

One year ago, Secretary Moore set out on a listening tour, traveling to towns across the state to hear directly from Vermonters about the challenges surrounding the management of our natural resources and possible solutions.
 
This year, Secretary Moore is taking these conversations a step further by hosting a series of open forums focusing on specific topics that are top-of-mind for many Vermonters right now, including clean water, the long-range management of state lands, and the health of Vermont’s moose herd.
 

Public Discussion on Baitfish Regulations

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is hosting a public discussion sessions on Vermont’s fishing regulations. Department officials are hoping to engage anglers in a discussion and gather public opinion on the state’s baitfish rules. 

This will be a working session, with information presented on the regulation, followed by breakout groups where people will have the opportunity to share their thoughts, ideas, and experiences.

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