ROVs, AUVs, and Acoustic Telemetry – Studying Fish with Modern Technology The Lake Champlain Basin Program presents the second of a four-part Thursday night lecture series this week with Ellen Marsden, Professor of Fisheries, University of Vermont, The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources. The FREE program begins February 20, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. […]
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The Dynamic Lake Champlain: Forecasting, Climatology and Other Interesting Phenomena The Lake Champlain Basin Program begins a four-part Thursday night lecture series this week. The first program will feature two speakers from NOAA’S National Weather Service Burlington station. John Goff, Senior Forecaster, and Andrew Loconto, Meteorologist, will present The Dynamic Lake Champlain: Forecasting, Climatology and […]
Celebrate World Water Day with the Champlain Basin Education Initiative.
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The annual spiny softshell turtle beach cleanup day is on Saturday, 10/26, and Vermont Fish & Wildlife is looking for volunteers to help. Please arrive at North Hero State Park between 10 and 11 a.m. Volunteers will pull up vegetation on nesting beaches to prepare turtle nesting sites for next June. They may also find […]
Explore the fascinating geological and glacial history of the Middlebury, VT area during a leisurely hike with Ray Coish, Geologist at Middlebury College. The hike will go along the Trail Around Middlebury (TAM), over the (Chipman) Hill and through the (Means) Woods. Meet at 9am at the TAM trail head, next to the large parking […]
Spend an evening exploring Fort Ticonderoga’s past as the museum staff guide you through the Fort, recounting the many unexplained events experienced by staff and visitors over the past 100 years. The tour begins at 8:00 pm. and lasts approximately 1 hour 30 minutes. Advanced reservations are required, $35 per person; tour limited to 25 […]
Join naturalist Sue Morse as she presents “There’s No Place Like Home” at Camels Hump Middle School in Richmond, VT from 7-9pm on Wednesday, October 2nd. Using words and award-winning photography, she will discuss the unique natural treasures in the large blocks of wildlife habitat in eastern Chittenden County. Organized by the conservation commissions of […]
Join in the fun at this first annual Festival for the Lake in Lake George Village, NY. All proceeds will benefit the “SAVE the Lake’ Initiative – a coalition of local governments and not-for-profit organizations fighting the spread of invasive species. Live music, hot air balloons, amusement park rides, a craft show, children’s carnival, local […]
Do you enjoy fishing, hunting, bird watching, and learning about nature? Then round up your family, grab your binoculars and come celebrate the incredibly diverse wildlife of the Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area in Addison, VT. Wildlife demonstrations, guided nature walks, exhibits, nature arts and crafts, plus lots of family fun activities will fill the […]