For the past two years, the 58-acre waterbody was almost completely drained of water to allow for important dam safety improvements.
In addition to the public hearings, anyone can leave a comment on the proposals
As the investigation continues the Vermont Warden Service is asking the public for any information on this incident.
Op-ed written by Brehan Furfey, wildlife biologist and the furbearer project leader for the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, explores the importance of regulated trapping as a critical wildlife management tool that benefits furbearer populations.
Hunt safely during Vermont’s spring turkey hunting season
The department received 311 submissions from Vermont students in grades K-12.
This is a family-friendly festival with an emphasis on the wildlife and natural resources of Vermont.
Volunteers can participate for as long as they are able to; one hour, one day, or both days.
Hunters who provided the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department with a tooth from their deer can now find out how old their deer was
Native lake trout live in Vermont’s deepest and cleanest lakes