Climate Learning Forum: Healthy Trees Gathering in Vermont

Four people are leaning over to look at sugar maple tree seedlings on a forest floor.
The visiting group noted the presence of perennial plants growing on the forest floor. Photo credit: Suzy Hodgson

On a blustery afternoon in June, agriculture and forestry technical advisors including USDA Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS) and UVM Extension met to observe and discuss healthy trees on a parcel of Vermont clay plain forest in Shelburne. Following several online meetings to discuss tree health in Climate-Smart Agriculture and Forestry (CSAF) Mitigation Activities, this gathering was the first time many of the professionals had met in person. Continue reading “Climate Learning Forum: Healthy Trees Gathering in Vermont”