Sites listed in the Science and Environment category contain information about Vermont's natural environment as well as scientific activities and organizations specific to the state.
Contains photographs of the intersections of integer latitude and longitude degree lines for Vermont project sites.
A "think-do tank" dedicated to sustainable resource use, economics, and community. Providing information, analysis, and practical demonstrations that can foster transitions to sustainable systems at all levels of society, from local to global.
Nine member board which is divided into two panels, the Land Use Panel and the Water Resources Panel. Provides rules of procedure, schedule and staff.
Activities emphasize dairy research, equine sciences, mammary biology, milk quality, biosecurity and safety. Goal is to provide cost effective facilities for agricultural research, education and to play a key role in the development and promotion of agriculture in Vermont and New England.
Insect and wildlife management company. Information for carpenter ants, pigeons, birds, wildlife pets, rodents, and insects. Locations in Burlington, St Albans, and South Hero.
A group of amateur astronomers with membership ranging from beginning naked-eye stargazers to advanced amateurs with home observatories and elaborate equipment.
Organization encouraging the maintenance, enhancement and/or creation of wildlife habitat on private forest lands in the state. Information about objectives, workshops, and other activities.
A Department of Vermont State Government that manages state lands, parks and offers advice to the public concerning recreation, natural resource and lands use.
Partnership between the state and her universities and colleges to develop science and technology infrastructure.
A non-profit organization devoted to education and research designed to engage individuals and communities in the care of their environment.
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