Author Archives: PMNRCD Administrator

PMNRCD Helping Farmers With Nutrient Management Plans

PMNRCD, in partnership with Vermont Association of Conservation Districts (VACD), University of Vermont Extension and VT NRCS will assist small farm operators in the development of nutrient management plans (NMPs). The purpose of this program is to improve water quality … Continue reading

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Volunteer Opportunities at the Nursery This Week

Another week and more volunteer opportunities at the nursery!Tuesday – Thursday (10:00 am – 3:00 pm), Friday (8:00 am – 1:00 pm):– Elm Moving Help: the taller elms need to be moved up to their new home in the greenhouse. … Continue reading

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Volunteer Opportunities at the Nursery This Week:

Tuesday, Sept. 27: Greenhouse Day! Come help us organize and retag the American Elms in the greenhouse. We will be working from 11:00 – 4:00.Wednesday, Sept. 28: Volunteer Day! We will hosting our weekly volunteer day in the afternoon from … Continue reading

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Water and Art Summer Camp 2016!

In the summer of 2015 PMNRCD restored the Poultney Nature Trail behind its office at the South Lake Education Center in Poultney. This year, with the handicapped accessible trail, an outdoor classroom, a clean stream, and identified areas of interest … Continue reading

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Lets Talk Runoff: Keep Your Driveway Out of the Stream

July 30: Lets Talk Runoff: Keep Your Driveway Out of the StreamMany driveways cross Flower Brook and contribute to the water, gravel, and sediment in the stream during storms, increasing the damage downstream. Learn stormwater management tools to minimize impacts … Continue reading

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