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Take a 5.5-mile journey across Burlington from Salmon Hole to Ethan Allen Park.
Mammals in the Queen City: The top of Burlington's food chain?
Help inform Burlington's Climate Change Plan.
Celebrate spring's arrival in Northern Vermont with activities & opportunities to connect with our more-than-human world.
Complete our online training program and then volunteer at one of your favorite spots outside!
Play outdoor bingo with Wildways every month!
Species have their own ways to mark the seasons. Help us track them!
See what Burlington has to discover using our interactive maps.
Help document the diversity of life across the Greater Burlington landscape during a four-day bio-blitz.
Watch videos from previous City Nature Celebration presentations.
Our summer interns documented their invasive species work.
Join the bio-blitz challenge, plant native ostrich ferns, or turn invasive plants into a tasty treat! Japanese Knotweed ice cream, anyone?
Re-wild your home lawn for pollinator and wildlife habitat.
Below you will find stories of the conservation work of our partners and associates.
Find out more about what’s out there in the natural world.
Comb through inspiring articles shared by the Burlington Conservation Legacy program
Rare natural community restoration experiment
Wetland Restoration and Plants for Birds
Tree stock for restoration of river edges and beyond
Restored river edge provides flood protection