Winter/Spring 2018: Upcoming Talks & Workshops for Adults
Now in its sixth season, our year-long speaker series promises to engage our community of lifelong learners and those interested in expanding their understanding of the natural world. Our first two events include a "talk" followed by a "walk". Chris Bernier of Vermont Fish and Wildlife will be on hand to detail his knowledge of the surprising return of the marten to Vermont. He will speak to attendees Thursday, February 8th at the NewsBank Conference Center in Chester, Vermont.
The following Saturday, February 10th, Bernier will graciously lead an animal tracking workshop at his private residence in Andover. This workshop will include moderate hiking and it's a fantastic excuse to pull out your snowshoes and to learn by doing. We expect this workshop to fill quickly, so if you're interested--- grab your spot!
To learn more about Chris's talk, please see our recent blog post, which provides a little backstory for the American (formally know as pine) marten, a relative of the fisher.
Save the Date // Upcoming Talks
"Climate Solutions in Plain Sight: The Role of Water" with Judith Schwartz | March 8, 2018
There’s another story to tell about climate change. And it starts with water. The journalist presents findings from her latest book, Water in Plain Sight, a close study of the world's water supply and what can be done to save it. Schwartz also authored the highly regarded Cows Save the Planet.
Purchase Tickets | View Schwartz's Piece in The Guardian
"SLOW Birding" with Bridget Butler | May 11-12, 2018
This program will help you slow down and develop a deeper connection to birds, a deeper observation skill set, and build a foundation for deeper citizen science. An evening presentation by The Bird Diva followed by a Saturday morning birding field workshop.
Visit the Bird Diva's Website