Check this page for events, activities, and volunteer opportunities.
Play outdoor bingo with Wildways every month!
Nature has its own markers of the seasons. Help us track them!
A multi-day event that invites EVERYONE to participate and engage with the amazing natural world around us in Burlington and Winooski.
Join in a friendly competition with over 400 other cities around the world in one of the centerpieces of our City Nature Celebration – a four-day bio-blitz (April 30 - May 3).
Participate in the Spectacular Nature Event! Join the bio-blitz challenge, plant native ostrich ferns, or turn invasive plants into a tasty treat.
An Earth Day celebration that begins with an overview of the wild places of Burlington and Winooski, followed by a second presentation: Seasons, Phenology, and a Mysterious Clock.
This presentation will feature insects that emerge in Spring and play a key role in pollinating native and agricultural plants.
In anticipation of World Migratory Bird Day, a local ornithologist will feature the natural history of bird species returning to Burlington and Winooski this spring.
Take a 5.5-mile journey across Burlington from Salmon Hole to Ethan Allen Park.
Help inform Burlington's Climate Change Plan.
See what Burlington has to discover using our interactive maps.
Re-wild your home lawn for pollinator and wildlife habitat.
Below you will find stories of the conservation work of our partners and associates.
Tree stock for restoration of river edges and beyond
Wetland Restoration and Plants for Birds
Find out more about what’s out there in the natural world.
Restored river edge provides flood protection
Rare natural community restoration experiment