Join us for a family friendly, fall day celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act – the landmark environmental law that designated wilderness areas for all to enjoy. Today, America boasts 758 wilderness areas covering nearly 110 million acres. The Forest Service manages nearly 100,000 acres of wilderness here in Vermont. This free, public event is part of a national celebration of the Wilderness Act and honors Vermont’s tradition of conservation and partnerships.
This free, public event is part of a national celebration of the Wilderness Act and honors Vermont’s tradition of conservation and partnerships.
LIVE BLUEGRASS MUSIC BY BOB AMOS AND CATAMOUNT CROSSING FOOD & DRINK CONCESSIONS PROVIDED BY OPEN HEARTH PIZZA CONSERVATION & ENVIRONMENTAL EXHIBITS SPECIAL RECOGNITION CEREMONY GUIDED NATURE HIKES & TOURS
Also included will be an activity station featuring Vermont PBS’ Outdoor Journal
and Plum Landing
’s “Mountain Face Off” videos and a hands-on “Pin the Moose on the Mountain”
For more information on the Wilderness Act, contact Jennifer Wright, Green Mountain National Forest, 802-747-6775 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Vermont PBS is the media sponsor for this wonderful event. Contact Chuck Pizer at 802-654-3688 or email@example.com for more information.
Check out these promotional videos from our YouTube channel!
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