Informative, hands-on and exciting workshops for the woodland enthusiast. Working Woodlands Workshops are held throughout the year at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical park. Come learn from forestry professionals, scientists, landowners and inspiring community members. Explore diverse topics ranging from tree identification, low-impact harvesting, sawmilling, Timber Stand Improvement, animal tracking, trail maintenance, invasive plant control and so much more. Learn techniques and knowledge to help you understand, manage, conserve and experience woodlands. Our winter workshops are co-sponsored by Vermont Coverts and the Vermont Woodlands Association.
Working Woodlands Workshops
Spring Bird Walk
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park is teaming up with the Vermont Center for Ecostudies to help you become a better birder! Join us for a lesson in spring-time birding led by VCE’s Nathaniel Sharp, starting with an indoor presentation and ending with a bird walk through the park. Nathaniel will introduce us to spring bird species, provide tips on how to use the eBird app for birding, and help us identify birds as he leads us through the bird walk. All ages and experience levels welcome!