Author Archives: David Hathaway

Bolton Lodge Potluck – January 26th 2020, 11:30 A.M. to dusk

All are welcome to join the Burlington Section at Bolton Lodge for our annual pot-luck gathering. Continue reading

GMC Burlington Annual Meeting was held January 18

GMC Burlington Section Annual Meeting was held at the Faith United Methodist Church in South Burlington on Saturday Evening, January 18th. Continue reading

Trip reports for January 2020 (last updated 1/20/2020)

1/18/2020 – Mansfield
It was a chilly one with a temp of a whole 3 degrees for our appointed meeting gathering spots….Essex Center P&R, Underhill Historical Society and the winter lot of Mountain Road, Underhill State Park. Continue reading

Outings for January 2020

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Trip reports December 2019 (last updated 1/5/2020)

12/29/2019 – Mt. Abe
After gathering at various collection points for some carpooling, 13 of us assembled at the Battell Trail trailhead. Continue reading

Outings for February 2020

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Outings for March 2020

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Trip reports November 2019 (last updated 12/1/2019)

Saturday 11/23/19 – Camel’s Hump Monroe trail to Beaver Pond.
This is a moderate hike with over easy grades along the forested Monroe Trail. Continue reading

Trip reports October 2019 (last updated 10/31/2019)

10/26/2019 – Beane Trail to App Gap

Seven of us met at Richmond Park and Ride and took 2 cars to the trailhead on Carse Road. Continue reading

Trip reports September 2019 (last updated 10/5/2019 with Stowe Pinnacle outing)

9/28/2019 – Smugglers Notch to Vt 15
Three of us met at the Cambridge park & ride at 8:30 and drove to the VT 15 Long Trail crossing, where we met the last two, then took a single car to the top of VT 108.  Continue reading

Vermont’s Urban and Community Forestry Program website & newsletter

The Vermont’s Urban and Community Forestry Program website has information and a list of events of interest to many GMCers. You can also sign up there for their TREEMail newsletter. Continue reading

Upcoming Opportunities to Learn About Forests and Forestry

Here are some upcoming opportunities to learn about forests and forestry in Chittenden County in the next couple months, from Ethan Tapper, Chittenden County Forester. Continue reading