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Walk in the Woods: Wildlife Benefits of a Timber Harvest

  • 311 Mooney Road Wallingford, VT USA (map)
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Please join us for a walk at Dan and Pat Stone’s 132 acre certified Tree Farm.
See an active timber harvest that will benefit woodland bird and wildlife habitat,
and learn about their participation in the Woods, Wildlife and Warblers
Program. The Stone’s property has been conserved with the Vermont Land
Trust. Some of the trees harvested will be part of the Habitat for Heat Program,
and will be sent to the Vermont Wood Pellet Company in nearby Clarendon
where the wood will be transformed into pellets that will heat a local assistedliving
facility.
This program is free and open to the public and is intended to provide
information and inspiration for other woodland owners to enhance bird and
wildlife habitat while accomplishing other goals they may have for their land.
Their consulting foresters, Kathy Beland and Frank Hudson, will be available lead
the tour and to answer any questions. *Please dress appropriately for the
weather and walking on varied terrain. We hope to see you there!

*Assigned three (3.0) Category 1 CFE credits through SAF. Must Sign in!

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