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We are hopeful that this balanced approach will help to create a new dynamic around the management of West Mountain WMA and new opportunities for dialogue, understanding, and collaboration where conflict and tension have existed in the past. We are heartened by recent indications that this is indeed -happening.
We have new volunteer opportunities for you to explore this April & May and beyond...
Rose Paul, Director of Critical Lands & Conservation Science for the Vermont Chapter will speak several times on the Case for Native Plants this spring.
Check out how this program has evolved in Vermont over the years.
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We own and manage more than 50 natural areas in Vermont.
Three NYC students talk about their Vermont experiences.
Volunteering in Vermont
The Nature Conservancy's Quilt