New Partnership with VT Backcountry Alliance

With winter right around the corner, NorthWoods is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Vermont Backcountry Alliance — a working group of the Catamount Trail Association (CTA) dedicated to advancing responsible backcountry skiing and snowboarding in Vermont. With a strong tradition of nordic and backcountry skiing programs, NorthWoods will lend its northern perspective to […]

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Bookkeeper/Accountant Job Announcement

Overview: The NorthWoods Stewardship Center is now seeking a part-time Bookkeeper/Accountant to work part-time in its business office, located at the main campus facility on the Ten Mile Square Road in East Charleston, VT. The NorthWoods Stewardship Center is a non-profit environmental education and conservation organization that serves mainly Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom with education, youth conservation employment, forestry, […]


Fort River Birding and Nature Trail Opening

October 25th will mark the official opening of the Fort River Birding and Nature Trail at the Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge in Hadley, Massachusetts. This trail has been the home base of the NorthWoods Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) Fort River Crew for the past three summers and site of the Corps’ […]

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Albany School Community Trail

Improving the 4-season community trail at Albany School required school kids of all ages, community volunteers and school support, and local cedar provided by Goodridge Lumber. An awesome collaboration on a NorthWoods project, funded by a grant from Seventh Generation.


Partnering with Lyndon State

On August 24th, 43 first-year students and their instructors from Lyndon State College completed a service project to help NorthWoods get ready for the seasons ahead. Working alongside NorthWoods staff, volunteers cleared brush and performed maintenance on NorthWoods’ Leadership Trail, stained the entrance deck, and stacked more than three cords of firewood to fuel our […]

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Favorite Summer Spots

Every summer camper has a favorite spot around the NorthWoods campus. We have yet to take an official survey, but I would guess our Pond would be the highlight. It is spring-fed, and at 18 feet deep in the center, it offers a surprisingly cold, refreshing dip for kids who would rather spend all summer adrift than on […]


2015 Ecosystem Restoration Program Grant

The Ecosystem Restoration Program Grant (ERP), administered by the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation, provides funding to programs restoring and maintaining the water quality of Vermont. In past years, NorthWoods subcontracted with the Orleans County Natural Resources Conservation District (OCNRCD) to restore riparian habitat on stream and lake shores in the Memphremagog watershed. This year, with the […]

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Collaborating with Landowners on Low-Impact Timber Harvests

Thanks to a grant from the Working Lands Enterprise Board earlier this year, NorthWoods has added to our inventory of forestry equipment, and is now offering low-impact timber harvesting as part of our consulting services! With several fall and winter harvests on the calendar, our Forest Stewardship staff will be working in local forests (including […]


Rug and Quilt Raffle

Get your tickets now for the NorthWoods Rug & Quilt Raffle  – To benefit NorthWoods Conservation & Education Programs Winner to be drawn at the NorthWoods Annual Stewardship Celebration Friday, October 24th from 4:30 – 5:30 Tickets: $10 each   Note: Prizes can be picked up locally at NorthWoods following the event, or shipped within the […]

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There go Tim & Anika!

  While the early signs of Fall are emerging around the NorthWoods campus, there are some glaring absences for those of us who make our home or have a habit of visiting here. I have been looking everywhere for flip flops tossed aside by Anika in a barefoot pursuit of some natural wonder, and I’ve […]