The hemlock trees we love for their majesty, strength, and incredible value to wildlife (think winter deer yards, brook trout habitat, and nesting for many warblers) are being endangered by a tiny exotic insect. Join us to learn how climate change is driving the spread of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA) and what you can do to help keep this keystone species a part of our forests.  


  • Savannah Ferreira, Forest Health Specialist, Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation
  • Pieter van Loon, Lead Forester, Vermont Land Trust 
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