Upcoming Events

 

Explore the Winooski Gorge with the Vermont Master Naturalists

August 31, 2019, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm, Winooski Gorge Park, South Burlington

Explore the landscape of the Winooski Gorge area in South Burlington from geology to plants and animals to land use history and beyond.  With Co-Leader Alicia Daniel, Executive Director of the Vermont Master Naturalist Program.  Open to the public.

 

The Evolution of Huntington’s Cultural Landscape

October 24, 2019, 7:00 pm, location TBA

An illustrated evening presentation for the Huntington Historical and Community Trust’s Annual Meeting.  Open to the public.

 

Burlington Geographic Presentation

November 2019, details TBA

An illustrated evening presentation for Burlington Geographic.  Open to the public.

 

The Evolution of Hinesburg’s Cultural Landscape 

March 22, 2020 (not open to the public)

Field trips and presentation for the Vermont Master Naturalist Program in Hinesburg.  See the VMN website for more information: https://vermontmasternaturalist.org/.

 

The Evolution of South Burlington’s Cultural Landscape 

March 29, 2020 (not open to the public)

Field trips and presentation for the Vermont Master Naturalist Program in South Burlington.  See the VMN website for information on how to enroll: https://vermontmasternaturalist.org/.

 

The Evolution of Burlington’s Cultural Landscape 

April 12, 2020 (not open to the public)

Field trips and presentation for the Vermont Master Naturalist Program in Burlington.  See the VMN website for more information: https://vermontmasternaturalist.org/.

 

The Evolution of the Mad River Valley’s Cultural Landscape 

September 13, 2020 (not open to the public)

Field trips and presentation for the Vermont Master Naturalist Program in the Mad River Valley.  See the VMN website for more information: https://vermontmasternaturalist.org/.

 

Past Events

 

Champlain Colloquium: Examining the Legacy of Samuel de Champlain

August 1, 2019, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, Ferrisburgh

I was a panelist on a session called “Examining Champlain’s Maps and Drawings” and gave an illustrated talk about Champlain’s approach to cartography in the early 17th century.  Open to the public with a fee.

 

The Evolution of South Hero’s Cultural Landscape 

April 27, 2019 (not open to the public)

Field trips and presentation for the Vermont Master Naturalist Program in South Hero.

 

The Evolution of the Cultural Landscape in the Bristol 5 Towns Area

March 30, 2019 (not open to the public)

Field trips and presentation for the Vermont Master Naturalist Program in the Bristol 5 Towns area.

 

The Evolution of Burlington’s Cultural Landscape

March 24, 2019 (not open to the public)

Field trips and presentation for the Vermont Master Naturalist Program in Burlington.

 

The Evolution of Richmond’s Cultural Landscape

March 9, 2019 (not open to the public)

Field trips and presentation for the Vermont Master Naturalist Program in Richmond.

 

The Evolution of Richmond’s Cultural Landscape

February 10, 2019, 3 pm at the Richmond Free Library

An illustrated presentation for the Richmond Historical Society’s Annual Meeting and Winter Program.  Open to the public.  For more information, see: http://www.oldroundchurch.com/index.php/activities-and-events

 

How to Use UVM’s Special Collections Resources for Place-Based Education

Friday, January 11, 2019 at UVM’s Billings Library (not open to the public)

A presentation for teachers in the Lake Champlain Basin Program’s Watershed for Every Classroom course.

 

Using LiDAR to Find and Interpret 19th Century Landscape Features

October  27, 2018 in Woodstock

Presentation for the League of Local Historical Societies and Museums Annual Meeting.