Getting closer to Vermont’s mammals
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BENNINGTON- Who’s walking in the woods? Join the One World Conservation Center and the Vermont Woodlands Association on this three-hour workshop, Saturday, February 3, from 1 to 4 pm. Learn the tracks and signs of many common Vermont mammals that you may find in the Bennington area and at the Greenberg Reserve at the One World Conservation Center from Ed Sharron, a National Park Service Science Communication Specialist based in Woodstock.

All ages are welcome. Dress appropriately for the weather, and bring water, snacks, and snowshoes, footwear traction, or trekking poles.

Registration required as space is limited. The workshop is $5 payable at the door. Foresters will be eligible for one CFE credit.

The One World Conservation Center is located at 413 US Route 7 South, just before the Apple Barn if coming from downtown Bennington. The event will only be canceled in the case of bad weather.

To register or for more information visit oneworldconservationcenter.org.
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