Use the LIEP program to learn more about terrestrial invasive plants common in Vermont.
The Vermont constitution has protected the right to hunt, fish and trap on open, private land since its drafting in 1793.
Posting laws and regulations honor this commitment while also ensuring landowners have the protections they need to control their property.
The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) and the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department (VTF&W) work together to keep Vermont's state highways safe for wildlife and for drivers.
Importing fish is regulated to protect the health of Vermont's fish populations and prevent the introduction of fish and fish diseases that could harm the state’s fisheries.
The importation and possession of fish species in Vermont is controlled through a permitting process. A Fish Importation Permit is required before importing or possessing certain fish in Vermont.
What Is Raccoon Roundworm?
Raccoon roundworm is the common large roundworm or ascarid found in the small intestinal tract of raccoons. Adult worms measure six to eight inches in length and about 0.4 inch in width. They are tan-white in color, cylindrical and taper at both ends.
Raccoon roundworm is common in raccoons in the Northeast and Midwest. Forty to sixty percent of raccoon may carry this parasite.