Audubon Vermont

255 Sherman Hollow Road

Audubon was founded at the start of the last century - one of America's earliest organizations dedicated to conservation of birds, other wildlife and essential habitat. Audubon has had a grassroots presence in Vermont since the founding of "The Audubon Society of Vermont" in 1901, and has grown to over 4,000 members with 8 volunteer chapters throughout the state. Through the active engagement of volunteers at the grassroots level, Audubon Vermont has played an important role in securing key environmental protection in Vermont through environmental education, science and public policy initiatives. In a state that supports many environmental organizations, Audubon Vermont is unique in its multidisciplinary approach with site-based environmental education and a strong grassroots chapter network at its core.


Bill Patton

Thursday, July 13, 2017

The location and staff make this a wonderful spot for kids of all ages. Fantastic Summer camp programming.

Karen S

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Great short & long hike trails. Easy to Moderate levels.

James Lefebvre

Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017

Jennifer Duprey

Wednesday, Sep. 6, 2017

K L Bannon

Friday, June 23, 2017