Welcome to the 2017 Spring Plant Sale!
Flyers have been mailed or you can download the 2017 Plant Sale Flyer here. The mailed order forms had an error and did not include Elderberries. Corrected! 2017 Plant Sale Order Form can be downloaded here. If you’d like to join our mailing list click here.
Orders are due by March 24th – please call if you want to ensure availability, order by phone, or for any special arrangements.
Visit our plant sale page for more information.
Pick up your orders on Saturday May 6th 9:00am – 11:00
Lyndonville Bandstand Park.
Thank you for your support! All proceeds help support local water quality; conservation and agricultural programs.
Dishmill Brook Water Quality Improvement Efforts
East Burke, VT – Efforts to improve water quality conditions in the Dishmill Brook watershed, draining Burke Mountain in East Burke, will begin its second phase this summer. The Dishmill Brook drains to the East Branch Passumpsic River and is part of the Connecticut River Watershed. Three years ago, the State’s Water Quality Assessment Report flagged Dishmill Brook as stressed due to development and roads, and noted habitat degradation and declining water quality from sedimentation and channel scour. This phase of efforts will involve installing smaller projects such as raingardens and road erosion control practices, and continuing to design and prepare for larger scale projects. Special thanks for the Town of Burke, Burke Mountain Resort and Burke Mountain Academy for their efforts.
Pictured is a raingarden built by NorthWoods Stewardship Center, installed this year near the Base Lodge of Burke Mountain and designed to capture and infiltrate stormwater from rooftops
Caledonia County NRCD Board Meetings
Every second Wednesday at 5:00pm
Open to the Public!
Conservation Districts are local subdivisions of state government (municipal organizations) under Vermont’s Soil Conservation Act cooperating with landowners and municipalities to apply conservation practices to the land. The Caledonia County Conservation District sponsors and coordinates technical and financial assistance to address water quality, stormwater runoff, erosion, soil quality, watershed planning and conservation education. Conservation Districts provide a unique and powerful vehicle for landowners to become involved in influencing local conservation work and state programs. Our board meetings are held at 481 Summer Street in St. Johnsbury at the second floor conference room.
Call if you’d like to learn more or attend a meeting! 748-3885 x110.