Author Archives: David Hathaway

What is a Forest?

Chittenden County forester Ethan Tapper had a UVM group do a project related to outreach last semester, and they produced this six slide presentation describing how forests are a lot more than just a bunch of trees.

Breadloaf section Taylor Series with Bill McKibben, February 18

The Bread Loaf GMC section will host a Special virtual Taylor Series on Thursday, Feb. 18th at 7PM. More information (including the Zoom link, when available) can be found at the Breadloaf section website.

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Trip reports for November, 2020 (updated 11/11/2020)

11/7/2020 – Whiteface Mt.
The 10 of us soon became 9 when arrived at trailhead as I received a text message during drive from Richmond Park and Ride where meeting to have a caravan procession following each other to trailhead. Continue reading

Trip reports for October, 2020 (updated 10/29)

10/24/2020 – Belvidere
We met at 9 AM at the Long Trail parking area at Eden crossing on Rt 118. Continue reading

Trip reports for September 2020 (last updated 9/29/2020)

9/27/2020 – Mt. Worcester
The nine of us met at the Worcester Mountain Trail trailhead at 8 am. Continue reading

Taft Lodge 100th Anniversary, Saturday, September 19

Join us to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Taft Lodge!
Saturday September 19, 2020
Stowe Lower Parking Lot and Barnes Camp Continue reading

Trip reports for August, 2020 (updated 8/31/2020)

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Trip reports for July, 2020 (last updated 7/26/2020)

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Stevensville Trailhead Cabin restoration

Many of us have seen the old log Cabin at the Stevensville trailhead, and may be interested in knowing that a new owner is working on restoring it. More information can be found here.

Reminder: GMC Annual Meeting Saturday, June 13

The GMC annual meeting (virtual this year) will be this Saturday, June 13, from 9 AM to 11 AM. More information here.

Mobbs Farm in Jericho

We received this note with useful information for those planning to use the Mobbs Farm Trails in Jericho: Continue reading

June Virtual Wildflower Tour (updated June 23)

While we’re all staying home and not doing group outings, Annette Seidenglanz will be taking us on a virtual tour of wildflowers (and other plants to be found in Vermont). She’s provided us so many posts we’ve separated them by month. Check back daily for updates! Continue reading