April 11, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 10, 2018      

Jessica Savage, Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation, 802-249-1230
Kristin McLane, Green Mountain Club, 802-241-8324

April 9, 2018

For Immediate Release: April 5, 2018

Lisa Thornton, District Stewardship Forester, Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation

Public Invited to Open House to Comment on Mount Philo State Park Draft Plan

March 13, 2018

Public Meeting to be Held on Conserved Lands in Northeast Kingdom

ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt – The Vermont departments of Fish & Wildlife, and Forests, Parks, & Recreation are holding a public meeting to discuss future management and use of a group of conserved lands in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. 

March 2, 2018


Media Contact: 
Jason Nerenberg,
District Stewardship Forester
Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation
Agency of Natural Resources
(802) 498-4342

Agency of Natural Resources Re-Opens Public Comment Period for
Camel’s Hump Management Unit Draft Plan

February 27, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 27, 2018



Barbara Schultz, Forest Health Program Manager
Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation

February 15, 2018

Vermont Town Forest Recreation Planning

FPR Partners with Communities Across Vermont to Balance Recreation and Healthy Town Forests

February 15, 2018

Vermont Forests In Our Communities

FPR’s Urban & Community Forestry and County Forester Programs Connect Communities to the Trees in Their Downtowns and Backyards

February 1, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 30, 2018

Contact: Emma Hanson | 802-622-4187 |

Vermont’s State Constitution is Staying Warm with Wood Heat

January 25, 2018


Contact: Jessica Savage, Recreation Program Manager
Vermont Forests, Parks & Recreation
(802) 249-1230

Michael Snyder, Commissioner
Vermont Forests, Parks & Recreation
(802) 828-1534

January 24, 2018

Stretch Your Wood Pile Through Spring

MONTPELIER – Following the two-week arctic blast from late December into early January, the 38% of Vermonters who heat in full or in part with wood may be looking with dismay at their dwindling wood piles. The unseasonably cold and persistent sub-zero temperatures put early significant dents in wood piles, with months of heating left to go.


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