Events

Interested in learning more about invasive plants or forest pests? Want to get outside and help survey for pests or pull invasive plants? Check out this list of invasives-related workshops, trainings, webinars and community events happening around Vermont and the region. While some events and programs are seasonal, education events, surveys and webinars are offered throughout the year. We update this regularly so keep checking back for new trainings, or events in your area.

Spread the word about upcoming events, workshops, and trainings in your community by adding your events to the list. Please note: We review all submissions, so it may take a few days for your event to appear on the calender.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015 - 10:00am - Friday, March 27, 2015 - 4:00pm

2015 NESAF Annual Meeting will be at Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, VT, March 25-27, 2015. The theme of the meeting is "Changing Silviculture in a Changing World".  To learn more visit the NESAF website.


Saturday, May 2, 2015 - 10:00am - 1:30pm

A FREE workshop for Landowners:

The Nature Conservancy is organizing two invasive workshops intended for landowners who want to know more about identifying and managing invasive plants that threaten forestlands in Vermont.  Invasive plants are taking over Vermont’s forests with devastating consequences. They negatively impact the quality of wildlife habitat, create financial burdens for landowners and reduce the economic value of working forests. However, there are actions landowners can take to reduce the spread and impact of invasive terrestrial plants.  


Saturday, May 9, 2015 - 10:00am - 1:30pm

A FREE workshop for Landowners:

The Nature Conservancy is organizing two invasive workshops intended for landowners who want to know more about identifying and managing invasive plants that threaten forestlands in Vermont.  Invasive plants are taking over Vermont’s forests with devastating consequences. They negatively impact the quality of wildlife habitat, create financial burdens for landowners and reduce the economic value of working forests. However, there are actions landowners can take to reduce the spread and impact of invasive terrestrial plants.