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Category Archives: Section news
Many thanks to the UVM Outing club and GMC volunteers who hauled a dozen packs of metal roofing to Puffer, among the least accessible shelters on the LT.
Thanks to many volunteers, the Burlington section trails are in great shape!
Looking for a different way to explore the Long Trail? Go sideways! Continue reading
The Burlington Section is looking for a volunteer membership co-chair to help with managing and growing our local section membership. Continue reading
Our first (and hopefully last!) virtual annual meeting was held Saturday evening, January 30th, via ZOOM. Meeting materials, including newly elected slate of candidates, are here. And here are links to the meeting and to the talk by Dr. Jack Mayer.
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.
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.