Field Trips and Events

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The Vermont Chapter is excited to offer our community educational, outdoor, and advocacy opportunities to get involved with.  Whether it is a native species walk, a film screening, or an environmental event, we hope you keep checking back to learn about events and field trips in your part of the state.  We are currently working on our schedule of fall and winter events. Please check back after labor day to learn more about our upcoming events. We look forward to seeing you.



Special Events


  • Wildlife and Connected Forests Snowshoe

    Craftsbury Outdoor Center
    February 05, 2017

    Join us for an afternoon snowshoe at the wonderful Craftsbury Outdoor Center in Craftsbury, VT, searching for signs of wildlife. You will learn how connected forests are essential for the survival of native species like bobcat and black bears and explore the beautifu... Learn more


  • Wildlife Tracking in Winter

    Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area, Addison
    February 19, 2017

    Winter is a great time to explore wetlands on snowshoe so join our Critical Lands Manager, Lynn McNamara, on a tour of Dead Creek. She will lead you in a search of animal tracks and explore the depths of this pristine wildlife management area that we helped conserve.... Learn more


  • Snowshoe Walk in East Montpelier

    Chickering Bog Natural Area, East Montpelier
    January 22, 2017

    Join our Director of Critical Lands and Conservation Science, Rose Paul, for a leisurely afternoon snowshoe searching for signs of wildlife. We will enjoy the sights and sounds of winter birds, winter mushrooms and the snowy bog. Recently, our Chickering Bog was nomi... Learn more


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