Vernal Pool Monitoring Workshop
March 1 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pmFree
Vernal pools are unique, ephemeral wetlands that provide critical habitat for many species, particularly pool-breeding amphibians and invertebrates. Given their small size, landowners and private citizens have the opportunity to make a big difference in vernal pool conservation by protecting a single pool or complex of pools on their property or in their local community. Alex Wells of the Vermont Center for Ecostudies (VCE) will conduct a workshop to train property owners to monitor these special wetland habitats, using the VCE’s monitoring protocols.
This workshop will be indoors and will not have “field” component; admission is free to all. For any questions regarding the training component, call the VCE at 802-649-1431, or check their vernal pool information page.