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October 19, 9 am – 1 pm, Richmond
Spend time with veteran hunters and see the land in a new way. We’ll walk the woods and learn about habitat, the animals that use it, how to read wildlife signs, and the concept of fair chase.
November 16 & 17, Montpelier
Black ash trees are uniquely suitable for basketmaking, and members of Vermont’s Abenaki community and many others have made black ash baskets for centuries. Learn every step of traditional black ash basketry in this forest-to-basket class!
One way we can protect Vermont’s working landscape is to conserve land. This land includes productive farmland; forests rich with timber and wildlife habitat; and town forests and trails that further our connection to nature and neighbors. We work with both private landowners and communities to protect that land that makes Vermont special. Learn more.