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The 2019 No-till & Cover Crop Symposium is PACKED with information that will elevate your methods, improve your practices, and result in better water quality for all. Maximize your return, learn how you can make manure work in a no-till, cover cropped system. The lunch speaker will also help you to identify the business case for conservation agronomy, and why your farm's resiliency should be part of the equation. Speakers will discuss the learning experience that farmers and advisors have…Find out more »
Join the Upper Missisquoi and Trout Rivers Wild & Scenic Committee for a snowshoe tour of the woods along our rivers, led by Orleans County Forester Jared Nunery! We’ll enjoy exploring the woods and get a “backstage tour” of the Couture’s sugarhouse, as well! Couture’s Maple Shop/B&B 560 VT-100, Westfield, VT. Meet at the sugarhouse – off Sugarhouse Road just south of the Maple shop. 1:00-3:00 PM.Find out more »
The Tyler Place holds a special place with FNLC because it is here that this organization formed as the Friends of Missisquoi Bay. As the concerns of Lake Champlain health grew in our region, so did our membership, where we expanded to cover all of northern Lake Champlain. Our friends at the Tyler Place graciously host this dinner each year bringing people together who share the concerns of health and legacy of our great lake. Together we can improve practices…Find out more »
The Federation of Vermont Lakes and Ponds will be hosting the Vermont Lake Seminar at Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, VT on Friday, June 7, 2019. More details to come, but this year's theme is: From Issues to Actions: Practicing State of the Art Lake ManageFind out more »
Online Registration is Now CLOSED. Join us on Saturday, June 15th, and register between 7 am and 10 am. Bike for the Lake Details and Information Do your part for clean water, get some great exercise, connect with friends, and experience some inspiring scenery in Vermont and New York at our annual Switchback Bike for the Lake event on June 15, 2019! This year, we are featuring a century ride, as well as loops of 80, 60, and 30 miles along the…Find out more »