Connecting to Nature Book Club

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department, in cooperation with the Vermont Land Ethic Partnership, is offering a new “Connecting to Nature Book Club” to encourage discussion about the many ways people who live in Vermont benefit from and interact with Vermont’s bountiful natural resources.  

The first book will be Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer. 
(Two more books and meetings are planned for later in the spring.)braided sweetgrass

The meeting to discuss the book is on Tuesday, March 24, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Zero Gravity Brewery, 716 Pine St, Burlington, VT 05401. | map  EVENT IS FULL & POSTPONED TIL FURTHER NOTICE 

This event is free, but there are limited spaces.

For more information contact Alison.Thomas@vermont.gov.

A land ethic shapes people’s decisions and actions in ways that support the health of the land.  The Vermont Land Ethic Partnership is a network of multiple conservation organizations working to foster and explore an appreciation of nature, greater land stewardship and the development of a land ethic among all of us who enjoy Vermont. To learn more about the Vermont Land Ethic Partnership, contact Andrea Shortsleeve at andrea.shortsleeve@vermont.gov.

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