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Warbler Warm-Up

Ron Payne and Warren King will lead a search for newly arrived spring migrants. Hone your birding identification skills before leaf-out. Co-sponsored with the Watershed Center. Meet at the Bristol Waterworks, Plank Road, east of North Street, Bristol. Call Warren at 388-4082 if in doubt about the weather.

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April Stool’s Day

Saturday, April 25th 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Hosted by the Lake Champlain Committee and The Watershed Center Yes, dog doo is gross! What’s worse is that pet poop left behind on trails and in our parks enters streams and Lake Champlain from which 200,000 people get their drinking water. Take action on April Stools’ […]

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Annual Meeting 2015

“Conserving Our Water Commons in the Little Otter Creek Catchment” with Kristen Underwood Sunday, March 22nd at 3:00 – 5:00 pm Holley Hall, Bristol The Watershed Center lands including the Waterworks Property are located in the Little Otter Creek catchment.  We invite you to join us at our annual meeting this year to learn more […]

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January 2015 Newsletter

We’ve recently mailed out our January 2015 Newsletter.  If you aren’t on our mailing list feel free to read our newsletter online.  If you would like to join our mailing list just email your name, address, and email to info@thewatershedcentervt.org. Or fill out the sign-up form on our website. January 2015 Newsletter

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TWC Completes “Middle Forest” Purchase

The Watershed Center is pleased to announce that it has finalized the purchase of 194 acres of wild forest and endangered species habitat on the western border of Bristol. The landmark acquisition of the so-called Middle Forest unites the organization’s two existing conservation parcels to create a contiguous 946-acre community preserve for education and recreation […]

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Vermont Institute of Natural Science Raptor Visit

The Watershed Center is co-sponsoring an exciting event this Friday Vermont institute of Natural Science Raptor Visit Friday, Oct. 3 at 7 pm Holley Hall, Bristol, VT An unforgettable experience, VINS live raptor shows feature a selection of our resident ‘avian ambassadors’. Educational and fun, these presentations will connect you to the masters of the […]

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Announcing The Watershed Wildlands Project

The Watershed Wildlands Project Creating an extraordinary conservation legacy nearly 1,000 acres strong. The Watershed Center is excited to announce the start of The Watershed Wildlands Project For two decades, The Watershed Center has been working to preserve one of the last best places in Addison County, a rare landscape of geological wonders, wild ponds, […]

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