1. Feb 24
  2. Native Bee Conservation in Vermont & Beyond

    Leif Richardson, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Gund Institute, UVM Vermont has more than 250 species of native bees, many of which are important pollinators of wild and cultivated plants. These wild bee species may be threatened by land use change, pesticides, disease, climate change, and competition with honey bees. Leif will discuss how we know when insect species are of conservation concern, and recent efforts to protect declining bee pollinators in Vermont and beyond.
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  1. Mar 3
  2. Bobcat, Wolf, Marten

    Kimberly Royar, Wildlife Biologist for the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department will walk through the history of land use in Vermont since pre-settlement times and discuss how changes to the distribution of forests, farms, and development have influenced the populations of species like bobcat, beaver, wolves, coyotes, lynx and marten.
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  1. Mar 5
  2. Song Circle Singalong

    This winter, CAL is excited to announce a new Song Circle: a community singalong. The first Sunday evening of each month @CAL, you are invited to participate in a gathering to sing new and old favorites from Rise Up Singing. From 6-8pm in the west wing (enter CAL from driveway entry, up 1/2 a flight of stairs, turn right, Room 109 is just past the lounge on the right). Donations appreciated but not required. Song Circle coordinators are Montpelier residents Jacob and Gretta Stone, experience...
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  1. Mar 11
  2. Capital City Concerts presents "Night" featuring the Formosa String Quartet with flutist Karen Kevra and pianist Paul Orgel

    David Soyer, former cellist of the Guarneri Quartet called The Formosa Quartet “one of the very best quartets of their generation.” Winners of the First Prize and the Amadeus Prize at the London International String Quartet Competition in 2006, they will be joined by flutist Karen Kevra and pianist Paul Orgel in music inspired by the night featuring György Ligeti's spell-binding String Quartet #1 Métamorphoses Nocturnes, and Schubert's deeply-touching Notturno in E flat major, D 897 ?as well as...
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