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Land Restoration Event Series

Join VLT in creating a healthy, thriving, resilient landscape.

We hope you will join us on the land to discuss how 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. 

All About Invasive Plants!
May 18, 9 am–12 pm, King Farm, Woodstock

Small non-native plant pulled out by roots -- invasives cause damage to woods and farms.

 

Emerald Ash Borer in the Islands
May 30, 5–8 pm, Grand Isle

Exposed bark of ash tree showing emerald ash borer infestation.

 

Deer in Our Woods: When are there too many? 
July 20, 9 am–12 pm, Georgia
July 27, 9 am–12 pm, Brattleboro

Deer seen through leaves in the woods on a sunny day

 

Having Hunters on Your Land
Mid-October, Chittenden and Windham Counties

Two hunters with orange vests walking along a trail in the fall.

 

See the Woods Through the Eyes of a Hunter 
Oct 19, 9 am–1 pm, Chittenden County

Hunter with dog walking into woods. Credit Nancy Moran.

 

Visit our Events page to learn more and register. 

Please note that dates and times are being finalized for some events in the series; check back for updates. For more information, please contact Pieter van Loon by email or call (802) 246-1502.

We hope to see you on the land!

Photo by A. Blake Gardner.

 

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VLT
Facts
593,000+
Total acres
protected
720+
Farms using
conserved land
420,000
Acres of
forestland
170
Recreation
spots
60
Miles
Catamount Trail
460
Miles
VAST Trail
2,500+
Properties
protected