Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Vermont
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Vermont News and Information Activities


Vermont Unit collage of photos including a moose, a research technician, Vermont landscapes, and bobcat.

News Item Date
New Book: Bayesian Statistics for Beginners - The Vermont Coop Unit published a new book, Bayesian Statistics for Beginners: A Step by Step Approach. Authored by Therese Donovan and Ruth Mickey, this book is intended to be a quick and friendly introduction to Bayes' Rule and its many applications. 2019-05-01
Meeting Item Date
Vermont Coordinating Committee Meeting - Meeting of the Vermont Unit Cooperators. 2020-02-12
Vermont Coordinating Commitee Meeting - Coordinating Committee will be in Burlington at UVM. 2018-02-14
Vermont Coordinating Committee Meeting - Meeting of cooperator representatives at University of Vermont. 2016-09-27
Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference - The annual Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference attracts over 500 natural resources professionals in the fields of wildlife biology, fisheries and fisheries management, information and education and law enforcement. The event provides opportunities for education, discussion, and exchanging of ideas. Highlights include: over 50 workshop sessions, keynote speakers, poster displays, and social networking events. 2014-04-15
Vermont Coordinating Committee Meeting - Meeting with cooperators 2013-05-08
Vermont Coordinating Committee Meeting - Business meeting on Nov 30. Research meeting on Dec 1. 2011-12-01
Conservation Leaders of Tomorrow Workshop - Hunting and harvest management are central to the mission and operation of every state wildlife management agency in terms of program and service delivery and of budget. Hunting is often crucial to maintaining healthy wildlife populations and productive, diverse habitats on public and private lands. Today, about half of students graduating with wildlife degrees have never hunted and know little about it or the reasons why people hunt. These students will be among the next generation of natural resource managers.The Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow (CLFT) program is a three-day workshop for wildlife and natural resource upperclass and graduate students who have never held a hunting license. The Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow (CLFT) program is a three-day workshop for wildlife and natural resource upperclass and graduate students who have never held a hunting license. Students: check out this video: http://clft.org/video/HuntingforaWildlifeCareer.htm Advisors/Instructors: check out this video: http://clft.org/video/WildlifeHigherEducation.htm 2010-10-18
66th Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference - The Annual meeting will be held at the Marriott Boston Newton in Newton, Massachusetts. 2010-04-27
Vermont Unit Coordinating Committee Meeting - The Vermont Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Coordinating Committee will take place at the Davis Center at the University of Vermont. Details will be posted in the near future. 2010-03-31
An Overview of Structured Decision Making: a two-day course for managers - Responding to feedback from the full-week course, Introduction to Structured Decision Making, NCTC has developed a shorter course to target the skills and concepts most useful for managers. The technical and quantitative aspects of the material are not included in this overview course so as to concentrate on the most applicable processes that a typical manager needs to know/be able to do. The 2-day course takes managers through the PrOACT process, a helpful roadmap for decomposing problems and applying systematic thinking to make your decision. Other concepts covered include evaluating trade-offs, uncertainty, risk and managing small to large decision problems. 2009-11-05