The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. Theirs is a vision of a world where the diversity of life thrives, and people act to conserve nature for its own sake and its ability to fulfill our needs and enrich our lives.
The Nature Conservancy in Vermont's Restoration & Ecological Management Fellow, Megan Gordon, presents this workshop on the American Elm, once the largest, longest-lived tree in the northern floodplains. Their demise in the 1970’s left a niche unfilled, which is why The Nature Conservancy plants genetically diverse elms to restore floodplains. Come learn about elm history & the journey to revive them on Vermont's landscapes.
Space is limited and registration in advance is suggested. To sign up for this free workshop, email your name and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org
All workshops are held in the Hunger Mountain Co-op community room unless otherwise noted, with access to a freight elevator upon request.
Hunger Mountain Co-op allows community members to offer workshops that align with our mission of promoting nutritional awareness, local sustainability, and environmental responsibility. These workshops are offered for the voluntary participation, education, and enjoyment of our community. Hunger Mountain Co-op has not reviewed every aspect of each workshop and the presenters do not represent the Co-op. Hunger Mountain Co-op is not responsible for any harm that may result from attendance at a workshop.