When

Tuesday, January 23, 2018 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM EST
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Where

USDA Forest Service Office, 231 North Main Street 
231 North Main Street
Rutland, VT 05701
 

 
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Contact

Vermont Woodlands Association 
Vermont Woodlands Association 
802-747-7900 
info@vermontwoodlands.org 
 

Historical Land Use Change & the Wildlife of Vermont- Rutland 

Learn about the history of land use in what is now Vermont from the time of the Native Americans to present and about its effects on the state’s native wildlife populations. This informative presentation will be given by Kim Royar, a biologist with the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife on Tuesday, January 23, from 6:30pm-8:30pm in the conference room of theUSDA Forest Service Office at 231 North Main Street, Rutland, Vermont.

Kim Royar, a biologist with Department of Fish and Wildlife will be presenting a program on land use change in Vermont and its effects on the state’s native wildlife populations.  Join Royar as she walks through the history of land use in what is now Vermont from the time of the Native Americans to present. Kim will combine a mixture of history and biology to demonstrate the intersection between the two.  She will discuss how human changes to the landscape influenced the wildlife that live in Vermont, particularly beaver, otter, coyote, bobcat, and wolf, etc.

This event is sponsored by the Vermont Woodlands Association. Registration suggested. Email info@vermontwoodlands.org  or call the VWA office at 802-747-7900. vermontwoodlands.org

Directions to USFS Office in Rutland: From the North (via Route 7)- from Pittsford, the Forest Service building will be on your Right 7 miles from the center of Pittsford. You will pass an Aubuchon Hardware on the Right, and look for the building shortly thereafter.

From the Route 4 corridor/South/ or West-  From the intersection of Route 4 and 7 in Downtown Rutland, proceed North on Route 7 for 1 miles. The Forest Service building will be on your left just after a Tennybrook Market gas station and Dunkin Doughnuts also on the left.