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Field Trips and Events

We Welcome You!

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 look forward to seeing you.



Special Events


  • Haystack Mountain Guided Hike

    Westmore, Vermont
    July 18, 2015

    At an elevation of 2712 feet, Haystack Mountain is located just outside of Willoughby State Forest in Westmore. The low, but rugged, peak is aptly named for its abrupt sides that climb steeply from all directions. Jon Binhammer, Director of Land Protection, invites y... Learn more


  • Free Invasives Workshop for Land Manager Professionals

    Pew Forest Preserve, Manchester
    May 26, 2015

    Land Managers and Consultants increasingly need to be well trained in invasive management. Invasive plants are taking over Vermont's forest with devastating consequences.  They negatively impact the quality of wildlife habitat, create financial burdens for lando... Learn more


  • Eshqua Bog Ribbon Cutting and Guided Walks

    Hartland, Vermont
    June 20, 2015

    We invite you to celebrate the opening Eshqua Bog's boardwalk--our chapter's first fully accessible trail!  Eshqua Bog is a 40 acre natural area acclaimed by naturalists for over a century.  Its 8 acre rich fen and spectacular June display of wild orchids, ... Learn more


  • Warbler Watching with Bird Diva, Bridget Butler

    Helen W. Buckner Preserve, West Haven
    June 06, 2015

    While the Helen W. Buckner Preserve is well know for it's Peregrine Falcon sightings, it's also host to an incredible suite of warblers and other songbirds. Join us as we look for warblers like the Prairie Warbler, Chestnut-sided Warbler, Black-throated Blue Warbler ... Learn more


  • Free Invasives Workshop for Landowners at Raven Ridge

    Raven Ridge Natural Area, Charlotte, VT
    May 09, 2015

    Are you a landowner? Spend a spring day in the woods and learn to be part of the solution.  Invasive plants are taking over Vermont's forest with devastating consequences.  They negatively impact the quality of wildlife habitat, create financial burdens for... Learn more


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