Use the directory below to find resources to assist you in caring for Vermont's woods. Don't forget to check out the Directory of Organizations for a listing of organizations and agencies available to provide educational, technical, and financial assistance.
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A summary of three different aspects of forests and carbon, including individual trees, individual forests, and forest landscapes of Vermont.
A webinar presentation by Sandy Wilmot, VT FPR Climate Change Program, on recent trends in Vermont’s climate and ways to assess forest and tree vulnerabilities and implement strategies to build resilient, adaptable forests.
A guide for forestry practitioners to supplement current forest management planning and practices with forest-adaptation strategies appropriate to current climate change trends and modeled projection.
The New England Climate Change Response Framework will deliver credible and relevant information to land owners and natural resource managers regarding climate change and its effects on forest ecosystems.
This presentation will describe how the Forest Adaptation Resources ad its Adaptation Workbook can be used to think about climate change for management planning and project development.
This webinar will highlight on recent trends in Vermont’s climate and adaptation strategies for land managers to build resilient, adaptable forests.
Woods, Wildlife and Warblers, is a free, program that provides technical assistance and site visits to landowners in southern Vermont.
Manomet provides a portal to understanding and managing urban forests for resiliency to climate change.
The State of Vermont's site dedicated to information about climate change and how to take action.
Some people are more vulnerable to climate change. Learn about the health risks.
VTinvasives.org is the go to place for information on invasive species in VT.
New England and Northern New York Forest Ecosystem Vulnerability Assessment and Synthesis: A Report from the New England Climate Change Response Framework Project
A new study in the Northeast finds that tree species are increasingly stressed by the changing climate.
A factsheet for Vermont landowners about identifying EAB and making decisions about management activities in your woodlot.
A factsheet for identifying and managing EAB on ash trees around your home.
Understanding American beech in Vermont's forest.
Understanding the value of diversity in the woods.
An overview of high-grading and how it impacts the woods.
Learn what foresters are talking about when they talk about silviculture.
Answers to frequently asked questions on how to safely live with bears and help keep Vermont’s bears wild. Developed by VT F&W.
This article offers landowners some specific tips and strategies for helping their forests adapt to climate change.
This publication is designed to help prepare landowners to make informed decisions about their land, gaining a better understanding of the role carbon plays, the impacts of various land use options on forest carbon, and the trade-offs of these decisions.