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Field Trips and Events

Explore the natural world, return to the places and times that kindle your sense of wonder.

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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 Tracking at Raven Ridge--Event is FULL

    Raven Ridge Natural Area
    March 05, 2016

    Please join our Critical Lands Manager, Lynn McNamara, and Chris Bernier, Furbearer Project Leader from Vermont Fish & Wildlife, for a special wildlife snowshoe experience at Raven Ridge Natural Area. We will be looking for and identifying animal tracks and lear... Learn more

  • On the Road with DamNation

    Around Vermont
    January 27, 2016 - March 14, 2016

    A DamNation Screening and Panel Discussion is Coming to a Community Near You You are invited to join us for an amazing evening focused on river health. DamNation is an award winning, riveting film that sheds a new light on America's dams. Admission is free so invite ... Learn more

  • Snowshoe Hike at Mount Equinox

    Equinox Highlands Natural Area, Manchester and Dorset
    February 27, 2016

    Join Jon Binhammer--avid naturalist and our Director of Land Protection--on a moderate to difficult bushwhack snowshoe hike into seldom-visited portions of Mount Equinox to look for tracks ad wildlife signs in this rugged and beautiful landscape. You need only ventur... Learn more

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