The Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation (FPR) is holding a public meeting to discuss a pilot backcountry ski zone project in Willoughby State Forest. The meeting will take place on Monday, November 14th at 5:30pm at the Burke Community Building, 212 School Street, West Burke VT 05871.
The Agency of Natural Resources plans for the management of its state-owned lands through the development of long-range management plans (LRMP). Currently the draft LRMP for the Victory Management Unit is available for public review and comment. A public meeting to review the plan is scheduled for Thursday, November 10, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the ANR District Office located at 1229 Portland Street in St. Johnsbury, Vermont.
For Immediate Release: October 19, 2016 - Media Contact: Meghan Purvee, 802-279-7870
Stone Hut on Mt. Mansfield Set to Re-open December 1, 2016
Lottery, with some changes, to be held November 16
Beyond Steel & Concrete: Wood in Modern Construction - November 4, 2016 at Town & Country Resort at Stowe
Cross Laminated Timbers, glue laminates, and large timbers are opening new doors for utilizing wood as a key structural component of commercial and residential construction.
This week's report on autumn foliage conditions in Vermont is now available on the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing website: www.vermont.vacation.com
MONTPELIER – Craig Whipple, Director of Vermont State Parks, will be presented with the prestigious national “Legends” award by the American Academy for Park & Recreation Administration at an awards ceremony next week.
The Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation (VTFPR) along with the Green Mountain Club (GMC) encourage Vermonters to get out and enjoy foliage season. As the leaves start to turn and the air grows cooler, hikers are expected to hit the trails in great numbers. Peak foliage season means that many people want to get outside.
Vermont Foliage Report: Colors Emerging in the North, at Higher Elevations
Montpelier - Most of Vermont's forests are very green and still in the earliest stages of color development, but the state’s foliage show has begun in the north and at higher elevations. Foliage enthusiasts are encouraged to visit Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom during these early stages of the foliage season.