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We’re Hiring a Legislative Intern
Would you – or someone you know – like to learn about the legislative process, tracking issues related to climate change, land use (including Act 250, housing and transportation), environmental…
Appointment of Chris Herrick as Vermont’s Fish and Wildlife Commissioner
Audubon Vermont and Vermont Natural Resources Council join in thanking Governor Scott for the appointment of Chris Herrick to be Commissioner of Vermont Fish and Wildlife. We are optimistic that…
Mayor Allaire, VNRC and Partners Celebrate the Removal of Dunklee Pond Dam
On October 7, 2021, Mayor Allaire, VNRC and its partners met along Tenney Brook in Rutland to celebrate the removal of Dunklee Pond Dam. The derelict dam was removed to…
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Julie WolcottMember and retired dairy farmer
VNRC works on collaborative solutions to existing and potential environmental issues. I trust them to speak out and up for policies, rules and legislation that protect all of Vermont’s natural resources and promote healthy communities of people, animal life, forests, and waterways.
Gianna PetitoDistrict Manager, Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District
I'm so impressed with how VNRC is championing dam removals across the state. Their depth of technical knowledge and ability to foster partnerships make them a great advocate for aquatic habitat connectivity and flood resilience.
Amy SeidlBoard member, author, and educator
VNRC has a long history of convening Vermonters who care about environmental protection. I deeply appreciate that VNRC leverages this role to gain greater support for environmental stewardship and the human health and well-being that is intimately tied to it.