What’s New

Thanks to the many of you who participated in our annual plant sale and trout sale. We look forward to offering both sales again next year! Contact the District if you would like to be added to our mailing/email list.

We have trees available for purchase at a 20% discount! Species include: Starfire Peach, Sunrise Pear, Red Clapp’s Pear, Red Cameo Apple, Norway Spruce, Elderberry, Black Willow, and Sycamore. Email if you are interested in purchasing trees.

In other news, we have a new round of Game of Logging chainsaw workshops coming up in July! Levels I, II and III will be offered in Dummerston on July 15, 16, and 22. Contact the District directly to register at (802)689-3024 or

Go to Northeast Woodland Training’s website to learn more, at http://www.woodlandtraining.com/courses.php or email the District with questions at .

We are also looking for 5 farms to sign up for nutrient management planning assistance through the RCPP program. Contact us for more information.

As always, check our calendar for upcoming events in the area or operated by the Windham County Conservation District.

In 2015-2016, The Windham County Conservation District partnered with the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation and Fitzgerald Environmental Associates to complete a “Stream Geomorphic Assessment,” or River Corridor Plan, for the Williams River and many of its tributaries. All in all, just under 50 miles of stream and river bank were assessed. This assessment will help to guide future floodplain management and conservation projects along the River and streams flowing into it. Here is a link to the final report:


For a summary of the Windham County Conservation District’s interests and concerns, here is our regional assessment):

Windham County Conservation District Natural Resources Assessment