Category Archives: Section news

Spring 2019 Ridge Lines Newsletter in PDF

The spring issue of Ridgelines is here, along with the outings card.
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Upcoming events from Forestry Division of Vermont FPR

The following opportunities related to forests and forestry are being offered by FPR’s Chittenden County Forester, Ethan Tapper, with District 3 partners and their members: Continue reading

GMC now hiring for the 2019 season

Interested in working for the GMC? They are now interviewing people for the 2019 season. Most jobs run from mid-May to mid-October. Look here for more information.

GMC Volunteers helped move lumber for Bolton Valley bridges

On Friday, November 2, a big group including some Burlington Section loyalists responded to the general appeal by Kathryn Wrigley, of Forests, Parks, and Recreation, for helpers to lug timbers up Bolton Nordic. Continue reading

We’ve been robbed!

A shed at the GMC headquarters in Waterbury Center was broken into on the evening of September 19, and 8 chainsaws and 2 generators were taken. Continue reading

2018 GMC Volunteer Awards to Pam, and Brian and Janette

Today at the volunteer picnic in Waterbury, Pam Gillis received the 2019 “Burlington Section President’s award.”

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Vermont Lake Monsters GMC Night, August 26

Support the Green Mountain Club while enjoying a great night at the park on Sunday, August 26, 2018. The GMC receives half the net proceeds when you buy your ticket here. More information.

1/27/18 Annual Meeting Update

Thanks to all who attended the GMC Burlington Section annual meeting on Saturday in South Burlington. Continue reading

Celebrating the Life of Dave Hardy

Many of you know of the recent passing of Dave Hardy, long time and beloved Director of Field Programs for GMC. There will be a Celebration Of Life event in Dave’s honor on January 6, 2017.
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Bolton Camp Grand Reopening Celebration

The reopening celebration for the Bolton Lodge was held on December 15.

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Mud Season is here!

It’s that time of year. Continue reading

Volunteer opportunity at Barnes Camp this summer

Originally built by Willis Barnes in 1910 as a logging camp, Continue reading