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Posted: Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Here are the events scheduled at The Nature Museum from June through September.
Posted: Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Did you know that some moths have ears on their abdomens? Vermont has about 2000 species of moths, all with fascinating adaptations to help them thrive in flight and at night. Join entomologist JoAnne Russo and The Nature Museum on June 14 for an illustrated introduction to the world of moths, and you'll learn to identify the moths visiting your porch light this summer!
Posted: Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Carolyn Koestner, a recent graduate of Skidmore College's Environmental Science Program will be conducting the training for EarthEcho's Water Quality Monitoring Kit this Thursday, May 17 at 4pm. The training will take place at the Owl Kill, at Varak Park in Cambridge. It is the small stream that passes through the Village of Cambridge where the previously the little green covered bridge was located.
Posted: Sunday, May 13, 2018
Bird Diva Bridget Butler offers a new way to bird: slow birding. Based on the work by authors Donald and Lillian Stokes of the Bird Behavior books and the teachings of John Young and Dan Gardoqui, who wrote What the Robin Knows, slow birding is an approach which encourages us to slow down and develop a deeper connection to birds, rather than the traditional chase-and-identify birding.
Posted: Sunday, May 13, 2018
Financial literacy puts change in your pocket and you can make that happen by attending Chester-Andover Family Center's Financial Literacy Class. Do not pass Go. Go directly to the next free class presented by People's United Bank and learn how to prepare and follow a personal spending plan.
Posted: Sunday, May 13, 2018
The Black River Action Team, in their 6th year of water quality monitoring in southeastern Vermont, unveils plans for 2018.
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