-May. 3rd 2017
A new study offers a creative way to monitor roadside ecosystem changes: by tracking nematodes, or roundworms, through the soil.
-Apr. 18th 2017
A 25-year study of Vermont’s forest birds has documented a 14.2 percent overall population decline, raising concerns about birds and forests alike.
-Apr. 17th 2017
Researchers asked 15 farmers to describe how climate change risks affect their farms and what actions they’ve taken in response to those risks.
-Apr. 1st 2017
An annual assessment of Vermont’s forests provides a snapshot of forest health indicators from tree species abundance to major forest stressors.