New Collaborations for Emerging Forest Needs

Davis Center, University of Vermont, December 12, 2013

Thank you to everyone who attended and created such a vibrant and productive meeting. Videos and presentations from the conference have been posted, and a small photo gallery from the day is up online. Work on collating the day's events in to a proceedings publication is underway, so check back soon for more details.

The 2013 VMC Conference

The annual meeting of the Vermont Monitoring Cooperative provides an important opportunity for communication, exchange of ideas, as well as expanding collaboration around forest ecosystem management and monitoring in Vermont. This year's theme is:

New Collaborations for Emerging Forest Needs

Through this theme we will identify emerging needs for forest science and policy in our state and establish new and innovative working relationships to satisfy these needs. This year's format will deviate somewhat from years past, with both invited and contributed presentations, as well as concurrent working sessions in the afternoon to formulate steps that will improve collaborations across disciplines and organizations.

Who Should Attend

All researchers, policy makers, resource managers, students and other stakeholders who work or are interested in Vermont's forest ecosystems.

Time and Date

Thursday, December 12, 2013, from 9:00 - 3:45.


Davis Center, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont.




Information on where to park at UVM is available here, and a map of parking areas can be found here. Vehicles with state or federal license plates can park without a permit.

Additional Information

Contact Carl Waite with any questions.