Explore treatment methods for invasive plants

Many landowners in the Northeast Kingdom are seeing a growing threat to biodiversity and ecosystem function on their land: invasive plants. Forests, farms, and even front yards in Vermont can be a haven for diverse natural communities and vegetation, which in turn support the clean air, clean water and wildlife habitats. But some plants spread aggressively and threaten these lands.

Join the NorthWoods Stewardship Center for an in-person workshop to learn about ways that the Vermont Land Trust has been taking action to manage invasive plants at the Bluffside Farm in Newport. We will see various treatment methods for controlling barberry, honeysuckle and buckthorn, and we will discuss how, when and why to take action.


  • Jared Nunery, Orleans County Forester
  • Sam Perron, Director of Forest Stewardship, NorthWoods Stewardship Center
  • Dan Kilborn, Forester, Vermont Land Trust

This event will be hosted outdoors with physical distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Participants are welcome to wear face coverings. Other precautions may be required based on State and CDC guidance.

The Vermont Land Trust welcomes and affirms all regardless of their age, culture, abilities, ethnic origin, gender, gender identity, marital status, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status.