Deer in Our Woods – Georgia
July 20, 9:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
This event is now full and registration is closed. If you’re interested, there is a similar workshop next weekend in Brattleboro.
When are there too many deer in our woods?
Vermont Fish & Wildlife deer biologist Nick Fortin will talk about Vermont’s deer population and what happens when we have too many deer. Then we will walk through conserved woods where deer have caused serious damage to young trees and other plants. Participants will learn an easy method of monitoring deer impact. A similar event will be held in Brattleboro on July 27.
We’ll meet in Georgia, and directions will be sent to registered participants.
Land Restoration Event Series
This event is part of our Land Restoration Event Series. We hope you will join us on the land to discuss how to help native plants thrive, learn how hunters help our woods stay healthy, and join efforts that just might help ash trees remain in our woods. All events are free and open to the public. Registration is required.
For more information, contact Pieter van Loon by email or at (802) 246-1502.
Photo by Caleb Kenna.