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Audubon Vermont Supports 2023 Vermont Environmental Common Agenda

Audubon Vermont Supports 2023 Vermont Environmental Common Agenda

— Climate action headlines environmental organizations’ policy priorities for upcoming legislative session
Shades of Green: Considering Birds and Complexity in the Management of Vermont Forests; a 3-part series.

Shades of Green: Considering Birds and Complexity in the Management of Vermont Forests; a 3-part series.

— Shades of Green Part 1 (of 3): The Diverse Benefits of Vermont’s Forests
Audubon Vermont Impact Report

Audubon Vermont Impact Report

— 2022 - A Year of Impact and Innovation
Audubon Camps 2023

Audubon Camps 2023

— Information about February & April Vacation Camps and Summer Day Camps at the Green Mountain Audubon Center
Come Work With Us!

Come Work With Us!

— We are hiring for several full-time and seasonal positions in education, conservation, policy, and maple sugaring.
A Glimpse into Winter Birding

A Glimpse into Winter Birding

— Join Vermont Housing and Conservation Board AmeriCorps member, Jacob Crawford, as he explores the winter birds of St. Michael's College Natural Area in this short film produced by Digital and Visual Storyteller, April Fisher, of the Burlington Free Press.
Tough Conversations: All Are Welcome, But Who Belongs? Achieving Equity and Inclusion in Vermont's Natural Spaces

Tough Conversations: All Are Welcome, But Who Belongs? Achieving Equity and Inclusion in Vermont's Natural Spaces

— Webinar Lends Insight into Lack of Accessibility to Nature for Disadvantaged, Marginalized and Vulnerable Communities
Michael Snyder Ends Service as Forests, Parks and Recreation Commissioner

Michael Snyder Ends Service as Forests, Parks and Recreation Commissioner

— Audubon Vermont Expresses Gratitude for Commissioner Snyder's Long-standing Partnership and Support