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Loss, Renewal, and Opportunity: the History of Beavers and Wetlands in Vermont
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There will be a slide/talk presentation on beavers, Aug. 6, at 7 p.m. at the Craftsbury Public Library. Skip Lisle, wildlife biologist and expert in controlling flooding by beavers non-lethally, will talk about beaver biology and history, and the importance of wetlands ecosystems. He will also suggest ways to eliminate beaver-human conflicts. Lisle is the owner of Beaver Deceivers, International out of Grafton. This free presentation is presented by Hosmer Ponds Watershed Initiative and sponsored by the Craftsbury Public Library, the Craftsbury Outdoor Center, and the Craftsbury Conservation Commission. For more information, call 586-9683.

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