Vermont Family Forests program to be held in Lincoln Feb. 21
LINCOLN — The Lincoln Library will present “Family Forestry For The People and The Planet: A Look at the Vermont Family Forests Foundation” on Thursday, Feb. 21, from 7-8 p.m. Vermont Family Forests Foundation (VFF) was founded as a non-profit conservation organization in 1998 by David Brynn, then Addison County Forester with the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation.
In 2016, VFF acquired three Lincoln parcels formerly held by Lester and Monique Anderson and conserved through the Northeast Wilderness Trust. David’s talk will outline how VFF accomplishes its mission. He’ll feature the upcoming Taking Care Of Our Home Grounds: A Commons Conservation Congress for Vermont’s Center-West Ecoregion, discuss VFF’s role in the Isham Hollow Fiber Optics Project of Waitsfield and Champlain Valley Telecom, and answer questions.
Attention box top Collectors: please bring your box tops to school or drop them off at the Lincoln Library as they will be turned in at the end of the month. All the money earned from the collection of box tops goes toward the purchase of books for the LCS library.
REMINDER: There will be a children’s craft session on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 10:30 a.m. at the library. Crafters will make their own marionette. Snack will be provided.
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