Get a sense of the big picture of conservation work happening locally and across our region to protect landscape connections from the Adirondack Mountains though New England to the Canadian Maritimes. Hear from members of the new Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor Partnership about how local, regional and statewide organizations are working together along with landowners and concerned citizens to keep this critical connection along the Waterbury-Stowe town line safe and open. Share your questions and suggestions, and find out how you can get involved.
Bridget Butler will share inspiring stories from the Cold Hollow to Canada (CHC) program including how citizen scientists are gathering data on wildlife and road crossings, as well as how neighbors are working together through the CHC Woodlots Program to maximize benefits for wildlife across the Cold Hollow Mountains.
Photo by Tom Rogers, Vermont Fish & Wildlife.