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Have you ever seen a bald eagle in Vermont? They’re pretty rare and remain protected under Vermont’s endangered species law. But last year the state saw a record number of young. What could this mean? Hear about Vermont’s bald eagle restoration efforts on Wednesday or attend these other events.


Here are three things you can do Wednesday, March 29.

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DINNER AND PRESENTATION: VERMONT’S BALD EAGLE RESTORATION PROJECT

WOODSTOCK

6-8PM

Wildlife biologist John Buck will explain the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife’s restoration efforts that include hatching, habitat protection and nest monitoring.   

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HEALTHY COOKING ON A BUDGET

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION

6:30-8PM

Nutritionist Holly Westling will give healthy cooking tips while sticking to a budget. This is the perfect opportunity to learn how to create a healthy meal plan and prepare a healthy meal without breaking the bank. This class includes recipes, basic nutrition education and dinner.

More here.


SHOWING UP FOR RACIAL INJUSTICE

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION

7-9PM

View portions of the film "Cracking the Codes" to aid us in reflecting on the meaning of race for us as individuals and as a society. Engage in conversation about furthering anti-racism work in the Upper Valley and beyond.

More here.



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