Eighty-one percent of Vermont’s land is in private ownership, so participation from the state’s landowners and municipalities is crucial for conserving Vermont’s fish and wildlife.
Habitat Help For Landowners
A Landowner’s Guide – Wildlife Habitat Management for Lands in Vermont
A great resource to get you started.
Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP) for Wildlife Habitat
A program to help landowners manage their land for wildlife.
Managing Your Pond
Find information on pond ecology, stocking ponds and sources of fish for private pond stocking.
Backyard Wildlife Habitat in Vermont
This booklet is written for those who would like to enjoy wildlife at home and features many ideas to successfully attract wildlife to Vermont backyards.
Threats From Invasive Species
Learn how you can help manage Vermont’s lands and waters to be free of invasives.
Habitat Help For Towns and Communities
Community Wildlife Program
Connecting your town planners with a conservation biologist for guidance in creating a town plan or conservation project to protect wildlife habitat and important natural areas.
A map and database to help town planners and others discover high priority natural areas crucial to Vermont’s wildlife.
Natural Resources Atlas
Provides geographic information about environmental features and sites the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources manages, monitors, permits, or regulates.