Join us for an afternoon of adventure and celebration on Bolton's conserved land. Explore the trails with the organizations that worked to conserve this property. The Vermont Land Trust, Catamount Trail Association, Friends of Bolton Valley Nordic & Backcountry, and Green Mountain Club will lead you on ski and snowshoe tours across this unique place.
Date: Sunday, March 12
Time: 1 pm – 6 pm (après ski begins at 4 pm)
Place: Bolton Valley Nordic Center
Cost: $15 for adults, FREE for children 12 and under.
Register at http://bit.ly/BoltonTours2017
Date: Saturday, March 11
Time: 9 am - 12 pm
Location: Meet at the Rec Path parking lot behind Stowe Community Church. Carpool to Sterling Forest.
Due to the unpredictability of weather and its potential impacts on timber harvesting, we will contact everyone who registers in advance to confirm the date and time.
Ever wondered if timber harvesting is good for birds?
Interested in understanding how trees are harvested and taken out of the forest?
Join Audubon Vermont, the Vermont Land Trust, the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation, and the Town of Stowe on a tour of an active timber harvest to get answers to these questions and more. Sterling Forest serves as an official demonstration site for the Foresters for the Birds project and is intentionally integrating bird habitat with timber management. This is a unique opportunity to meet with biologists, foresters, and loggers in seeing first-hand how active forest management is good habitat management.
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