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Get Updates on EAB in Vermont

Emerald ash borer (EAB) has been discovered in VT. Learn how to identify EAB, how the state is responding, and what you can do to help.

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Get EAB Quaratine Information

Learn about the EAB quarantine and find recommendations to slow the spread.

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Share ourVTwoods with clients

Connect landowners and clients to resources on ourVTwoods from anywhere through this share tool.

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Get Resources on EAB

Find resources targeted towards homeowners, landowners, municipalities, and educators on emerald ash borer (EAB).

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Get Forest Health Updates

Get the latest updates on insect and disease observations, as well as overall forest health trends in VT.

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Connect to Professional Development Organizations

Find professional development opportunities, stay informed on industry issues, and connect to other professionals.

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Participate in a Webinar

Stay up to speed on the latest research and tools with through the Managing Our Changing Forests Webinar Series.

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Learn about VT's Forester Licensing Program

Understand the rules, read through the FAQs, and find all the forms needed to become a licensed forester.

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Become part of the Northeast Silviculture Institute

Learn about this new initiative to bring northeast foresters training to make sound, science-based decisions for forest ecosystem management, harvests and regeneration.

Help Landowners Plan for Their Land

Check out these resources for guiding landowners through decision about the future of their land.

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Find Info and Forms on VT's Use Value Appraisal Program

Find the information and forms you need to enroll and manage land in Vermont‘s Use Value Appraisal (UVA) Program.

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Get the latest on Wood Markets and Forest Statistics

Check out stumpage price reports and annual forest harvest reports.

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Be Tick Smart

Get tips to decrease your risk of infection from tick-borne diseases.