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Wet Sneakers and Muddy Clothes: The Importance of Nature-Based Play and Education

Thursday, September 14, 7:00-8:30 PM The Compass School, 7892 US 5, Westminster, VT Well-known author, teacher, and nature activist David Sobel will discuss why children need to play outside in nature for their own well-being and for their future stewardship … Continue reading

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Exploring the Woods with Children

If exploring our local woodlands with kids is of interest to you, you may want to attend this up coming event on Friday, April 7,  at 7pm: INTO THE WOODS WITH OUR CHILDREN The Windham Regional Woodlands Association and co-sponsoring … Continue reading

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New Trail Network is Open!

On June 12, 2016,  Putney Mountain Association celebrated the opening of a whole new trail network on the southern end of our Reserve. The trails, Dine, Hannum, High Road, and Hinton are located between Holland Hill and Putney Mountain Roads. We invite … Continue reading

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The Sheep have arrived 2016

The sheep are on the mountain for the 2016 summer season, to do their important job of munching down the buckthorn:

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Hawkwatch Presentation at the January Annual Meeting by John Anderson

In September and October, Putney Mountain. is home to a migratory raptor survey conducted under the auspices of The Hawk Migration Association of North America. About 40 regular volunteers donate their time to this effort, often taking their vacation days … Continue reading

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