“Trees for Good,”
Partnering with Putney Public Library

#1 A Zoom workshop with Jaiel Pulskamp
February 2, 2022, 7 – 8:30 PM

The joy of planting a tree can be both satisfying and fun. Invite friends and they will get the ‘bug.’ Jaiel Pulskamp will describe the process and invite everyone to grab a shovel and sign up for plants from 350 Vermont.org. 350 has supported tree plantings and Community Orchards throughout Vermont.

From an early age, Jaiel Pulskamp loved the outdoors. So it’s no surprise that she chose to become a farmer and works with 350Vermont as our Solutions Organizer. Jaiel is the owner of a small-scale organic fruit and vegetable farm, Kettlesong Farm in Worcester, VT and is excited to focus on building new alternatives to the fossil fuel industry

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FEBRUARY 9, 2022, 7 – 8:30 PM via Zoom, with Sam Schneski. While these plants have been brought here by humans, now it is our responsibility, as stewards of the land, to manage them and promote the growth of native vegetation. Sam Schneski, Windham County Forester, will address what these plants are and what we can do about them! About his presentation, he writes, “I plan to talk about invasives in the woods that outcompete native trees.”
This session is Co-sponsored by Windham Regional Woodlands Association.

Pictured to the left is Glossy Buckthorn

Sam joined the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation in 2006 with a B.S. in Parks and Recreation Management from UMaine, Orono and an M.S. in Forestry from Umass Amherst.

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