September 05, 2007
You are invited to join the WRP in September…
How is it that streams and forests compliment each other? What is happening to the streams in our watersheds? Should we be changing the way we treat our land to protect our streams and surrounding habitats? Join Vermont Agency of Natural Resources watershed basin planner Marie Caduto and forester Jon Bouton as they explore stream and streamside environments, natural processes, and human impacts on these habitats. We’ll see how streams change and evolve with time, discuss managing our activities near streams to protect stream dynamics, and learn how volunteers can help assess stream health. Meet at the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park Carriage Barn Visitor Center in Woodstock at 3:00. Free and open to the public. To register, call 802-457-3368×22.
Visit the WRP booth at the Fair (across from the gazebo) to see didymo up close; to get 2007 water quality monitoring results; and to learn more about what the WRP is doing in the watershed.
70 years of stewardship has earned Dick Rose and his property in Stockbridge a reputation for exemplary forestry. Join the VT Woodlands Association and the WRP’s Forestry Work Group for a visit to VT’s Outstanding Tree Farm. Come for all or part of the day. For more information or to register, call 802-747-7900 or visit www.vermontwoodlands.org.
Students at Vermont Law School are organizing a river cleanup as part of the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup. Meet in the Chase Center at 9am for goodies, trash bags, and directions. For more information, contact Jamie Ferro at 760-393-1279.
For more information, call 802-767-4600.