JANUARY 21, 2018   1- 3 PM (snow date JANUARY 28)
BILLINGS MUSEUM, WOODSTOCK, VT
FREE

 

Ben Kilham speaking on Bears in the Forest

 

Author of

Among the Bears (2002 Henry Holt, NY)

Out on a Limb (2013, Chelsea Green)

BEARS ARE DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO OUR FOREST LAND

Ben Kilham has over 20 years of experience with bear behavior 
VT Coverts and Linking Lands Alliance will be on display

No reservations necessary - more info ONRCD1@gmail.com

 

 

The Ottauquechee Natural Resources Conservation District, founded in 1944, helps individuals, groups and communities in eighteen towns in Windsor County, and one in Rutland County, by providing education, information and technical assistance relating to conservation issues.

The District has always been innovative in its conservation efforts. Early programs focused on agricultural needs, however, over the years, as patterns in farming have changed, District programs have changed to meet environmental needs. Today the District also gives considerable assistance to various non-agricultural agencies and groups.

ONRCD invites you to join us in our effort to improve water quality where we live through land management education. Contact us at ONRCD1@gmail.com (mailing address: ONRCD, 28 Farmvu Drive, White River Junction, VT 05001)  Read ONRCD Annual Report 2015/16

                

 

Horse Farm Management

Helpful information to help horse owners comply with the new Required Agricultural Practices. Join us on FaceBook - VT Horse Farm Management

 

History of Forestry - Billings Museum

Forestry

Join us this winter for our Forestry Series - Jan 21, 2018
Bears in the Forest - Ben Kilham, speaker

 

Agriculture

Farmers learn how to write their own Nutrient Management Plans at classes held in White River Junction

 

Water Quality

Swimming hole water testing done by volunteers of the Black River Action Team and Ottuaquechee River Group.  Join us for 2018 water testing on Kedron Brook and Mill Brook.

 

Trek to Taste - Woodstock, VT

Education

The River Road Show travels to schools and public events (Trek to Taste) to demonstrate how rivers and streams work. ONRCD E-newsletter offers timely information on current issues